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
Daily Business Review
...t have the structure for growing that fast," Bril said, explaining the methodology the bank uses to flag possible illegal activity in high-risk accounts...
The Chief Administrative Hearing Officer is severely reducing penalties assessed against employers by Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Delaware Law Weekly
The Delaware Supreme Court has affirmed a Superior Court decision barring an expert's testimony, ruling that the testimony was unreliable under the U.S. Supreme Court's Daubert standard because her o
Scott E. Mollen, a partner at Herrick, Feinstein and an adjunct professor at St. John's University School of Law, reviews two recent landlord-tenant cases. The first involves the rejection of a tenan
...a machine be easily cleaned. Wilder also provided no foundational facts or methodology for his conclusions that an interlock guard would have been feasible. In...
In their Federal E-Discovery column, H. Christopher Boehning and Daniel J. Toal of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison write: Judges have continued to order the disclosure of search terms in a s
...in dates. Finding that the expert had used such a fundamentally flawed methodology in calculating a reasonable royalty that crossexamination could not cure it, Judge...
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