...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...
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
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
Richard Levie, a retired judge now working at JAMS discusses the changing role of e-discovery neutrals
...example is the much-litigated protocol for production of electronically stored information (ESI) in ...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
The proposed FRCP amendments will accomplish nothing without a change in discovery culture
...UF Ballpark Cost Estimator for ESI Processing and Review”; the “Doc Review Cost Calculator&rdquo...
...Technology News, Grossman said that Rand considered the history and process behind ESI to be just as important as the information itself. Grossman explained that...
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