...recapture revenue lost to legal process outsource companies. Drinker Discovery Solutions is a Chicago-based subsidiary of the law firm and was formed...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
The Civil Rules Advisory Committee of the U.S. Judicial Conference met last week to discuss changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure -- specifically the rules regarding preservation and sancti
...Pension Committee and not required written hold notices. LDiscovery's Leonard Deutchman said a party's duty to preserve begins at...
...the problems and the possible solutions regarding e-discovery. LDiscovery General Counsel Leonard Deutchman, a...
Leonard Deutchman, GC of consultancy LDiscovery, writes that there is little doubt that producing parties routinely consider e-discovery production costs to determine whether to fight or settle, and
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Attorney Leonard Deutchman has reviewed federal court decisions that applied the "plain view" doctrine of the Fourth Amendment to law enforcement engaged in computer searches. He now looks at a 9th C
Law Technology News
Attorney Leonard Deutchman puts two decisions -- Pension Committee and Rimkus Consulting, which gauged the relevance of e-discovery data lost by the producing party in terms of the prejudice to the r
Early case assessment, a process through which reviewers try to define the universe of potentially responsive electronically stored information as quickly and cheaply as possible, is either the "next
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