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2013 was a quiet year in the courts, as the profession appears to accept that electronic discovery is here to stay. This is the first part of a two-part piece
... Cooperation in e-discovery is not just an altruistic goal, but is required under New...
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Once just proposals on paper, the recommendations set forth by a task force on commercial litigation convened by Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman a year and a half ago are gradually nearing actualization
In an apparent effort to discourage judge-shopping after New York city's stop-and-frisk racial profiling case landed before Judge Shira Scheindlin, the Southern District has adopted a new rule on the
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