In feisty case, District Court Judge Robert Miller for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana OKs defense team's jump-start on predictive coding
...PRODUCT NEWS BRIEFS Pittsburgh-based Bellefield Systems has announced that its mobile time-entry app iTimeKeep...
When a Philadelphia attorney asked opposing counsel for a copy of surveillance footage captured by a video camera on the front of the train that collided with his client's truck, he had no idea he wa
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
...Pittsburgh-based Bellefield Systems, LLC, has...
Members of the International Standards Organization a 66-year-old body with 162 member nations, tackling everything from bank transactions to shoe sizes are forming a new committee to d
Data breaches carry serious financial risk, including business interruption losses, regulatory fines, and civil damages. Judy Selby, partner at Baker Hostetler, explains how insurance can help manage
Southern District of New York Judge Shira Scheindlin ordered several federal agencies to conduct more responsive document searches and said custodians of records must disclose the search terms used
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Judge Shira Scheindlin of the Southern District of New York has issued another decision addressing the adequacy of self-collection by government entities in the context of the FOIA, reports Jackson L
Metrics released Thursday by the Cowen Group, a New York-based headhunter and research consultancy, show a surge in e-discovery work at law firms, reports Monica Bay, LTN's editor-in-chief
The Federal Judicial Center has updated its Managing Discovery of Electronic Information: A Pocket Guide for Judges to reflect significant changes in case law and trends, writes LTN Editor-in-Chief M
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