Many bankruptcy attorneys are concerned about the efficiency of their process. By definition, at least the debtor has limited funds to pay for an engagement. This impacts the creditors who may not see a full recovery on their claim. As a result, many bankruptcy practitioners are leery of spending any resources on electronic discovery. This podcast was created to share the experiences of Bob Bernstein, a bankruptcy practitioner in Pittsburgh, PA with Bernstein Law Firm and Jeffrey Ritter, an electronic discovery consultant from the Waters Edge who has just written a book on electronic discovery and the bankruptcy process called Discovering the Digital Record-The Questions for Examination.