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...to a defendant company's business associates are protected by judicial privilege from that company's claims of defamation and tortious interference, the...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
...Philip Morris et al. I worked on case management, discovery and privilege issues. A few EDD issues arose, but most of them were worked...
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
The proposed FRCP amendments will accomplish nothing without a change in discovery culture
...39;s decision raises uncertainties, at least in Delaware, about preservation of privilege, which has important implications for directors and their counsel, particularly for directors...
...of global litigation and investigation, described the challenges of international attorney-client privilege at the "Perspectives on Global Privilege" panel at the Electronic...
At the Georgetown Advanced E-Discovery Institute, 12 jurists discussed proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that may affect e-discovery proportionality, preservation and paying fo
...documents for responsiveness to the document request, identify documents to withhold for privilege, and locate hot documents that are highly relevant to the matter."...
Codifying a digital eraser for youthful indiscretions: California's legislature attempts to make life less embarrassing for teen
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