...down surprisingly deeply. They spent a lot of time going through documentary evidence." Monday's jury verdict dealt with a subset...
Originally Published: The Recorder
We can take technology-assisted review to the next level, and escalate from words to full documents
Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck's ruling allowing the use of predictive coding, aka computer-assisted review, has been upheld by U.S. District Judge Andrew L. Carter
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...bemoaning her punishment, seeking to set up media interviews and enlisting a documentary filmmaker to tell her story. The day after she was sentenced, she...
Robert Owen, of Sutherland, answers Milberg's Henry Kelston on the questionable merits of e-discovery preservation rules that govern when legal holds are triggered
...The expansive affirmative preservation requirement has never been justified by any empirical evidence of need. The Federal Judicial Center studied 131,992 cases filed in...
TiVo's legal department is headed by Matthew Zinn, who was the DVR company's first in-house lawyer and built the department. "The early years at TiVo were about innovating without getting sued for co
New York courts appear to be balancing a properly laid foundation for inquiry against the potential treasure trove of data available through unfettered access to a party's social media postings. Shar
...wife with the information sought by virtue of an affidavit and through documentary discovery, and characterized the wife's request for inspection of his drive...
...students" the right to incorporate short portions of motion pictures into documentaries, noncommercial videos, and educational uses like criticism or comment. The...
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