...a bit of turnabout for the circuit, Neuborne, a professor of civil liberties at New York University School of Law and legal director of the...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Electronic Discovery Institute finalizes its October Leadership Summit lineup. The third annual event tackles corporate counsel challenges, with plenty of input from federal judges
Tech companies band together to push for more transparency from the U.S. government
...Glenn O' Brien, director of electronic discovery at Liberty Mutual Insurance. An outside counsel perspective was provided by ...
Scrapping for e-discovery clients, firms seek the right mix of people, processes, and technology
Sitting at their desks with large stacks of e-mail evidence, civil litigators imagine every possible ground for exclusion, says trial lawyer David K. Bissinger. But they often overestimate the amount
While the amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure brought attention to the preservation of electronically stored information, reasonable accessibility to ESI, the form of production and pr
...2002, the percentage of Americans who told pollsters they'd sacrifice civil liberties to fight terrorism fell below half, and support for national ID cards...
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