In the past year, I attended two high-level e-discovery conferences at which participants spoke of living in a "bubble," by which they meant a world where the e-discovery experts discussed the ramifi
In November 2012, the Judicial Conference of the U.S. Advisory Committee on Civil Rules proposed that Rule 37(e) be gutted and replaced with one that allows a court to sanction a producing party for
In Part I of the analysis of computer search warrants, we discussed how the restrictive conditions imposed by the Vermont Supreme Court upon the search of a PC and an iPad in In re Application for Se
In FTC v. Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, U.S. Magistrate Judge John M. Facciola of the District of Columbia, well-known and respected for his opinions regarding e-discovery matters, held that
Bring Your Own Device, or "BYOD," is the phrase and acronym frequently used now to describe the ascension into the workplace of personal devices
...recapture revenue lost to legal process outsource companies. Drinker Discovery Solutions is a Chicago-based subsidiary of the law firm and was formed...
"Cloud computing is merely a fancy way of saying stuff's not on your computer." — Quinn Norton, "Byte Rights," Maximum PC, September 201
In Part I of this column, we looked at how to take informed and aggressive steps to limit the costs of e-discovery
Section 1920(4) of Title 28, U.S. Code, makes fees for "the costs of making copies of any materials where the copies are necessarily obtained for use in the case" "taxable" against th
In the 2012 Eastern District of Louisiana case In re Oil Spill by the Oil Rig Deepwater Horizon in the Gulf of Mexico , U.S. District Court Judge Carl Barbier, in the face of the then-upcoming trial
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