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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
...Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit analyzed what expenses related to ESI are taxable under the federal taxation-of-costs statute, 28 U.S...
In his State E-Discovery column, Mark A. Berman, a partner at Ganfer & Shore, writes: Cooperation in e-discovery is not just an altruistic goal, but is required under New York's Commercial Division r
A quiet year in the courts as the profession appears to accept that EDD is here to stay
A relatively quiet year for electronic data discovery suggests that the bench and bar are getting more sophisticated and technology savvy
Delaware Business Court Insider
...to refine techniques to deal with electronically stored information. This focus on ESI extends all the way to Delaware's Supreme Court, which recently...
A document dump—where a party responds to a document request by unfairly producing as many debatably responsive documents as possible in an effort to bury the opposition in paper—is one o
Five pioneer judges who shaped the evolution of e-discovery: Shira Scheindlin, Lee Rosenthal, Andrew Peck, Paul Grimm, John Facciola
The growth of e-discovery is creating tension in the relationship between corporations and retained counsel. Vendors must work to deliver affordable, cost-certain services
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