L Zubulake: Several reasons. I would say my first, and main purpose was to educate people about the opinions. I'm sure a lot of people have read them. What's more important is if all you know about those opinions is from reading them, you really don’t know much about my case. What I wanted to do was educate how and why I did what I did. Also I wanted to clarify some misinformation and some misperceptions about my case. Generally, there's been an awful lot written. Most of it is accurate, but not all of it. And I hope that others will benefit from my experiences, learn from my errors, and learn from some of my successes. In the long run, I hope to start an e-Discovery consulting business, and I thought the book was maybe a good entrée into that business.
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