Judges continue to order the disclosure of search terms that appear to discount or misunderstand the protected nature of key aspects of the e-discovery process
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
The proposed FRCP amendments will accomplish nothing without a change in discovery culture
...and the judges stressed that the topic was not new in the FRCP— Both Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(b)(1) and 26(b...
Let Your Voice Be Heard re proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The defense bar has been relatively quiet about amendments that could shake up e-discovery
Phase I of the EDI-Oracle study shows that humans are still essential in e-discovery, older lawyers still have e-discovery chops, and don't turn EDD over to robots
...you must preserve.” This evolution has occurred because there is no FRCP rule governing the duty, and case law has inefficiently filled the void...
Blocking statutes, FRCP amendments, and predictive coding: A witch's brew of cross-border e-discovery issues is explored at the Association of Corporate Counsel's annual meeting
...the Federal Rule of Civil Procedure’s proportionality principle in mind. FRCP 26(b)(2)(C)(iii) provides that the court must limit discovery...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Five pioneer judges who shaped the evolution of e-discovery: Shira Scheindlin, Lee Rosenthal, Andrew Peck, Paul Grimm, John Facciola
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