Two federal judges came to such different conclusions about the NSA's telephone surveillance program that the U.S. Supreme Court likely won't ignore the issue
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...the associated scope and costs of discovery are significant: A 2012 Rand Institute study placed the median cost of an e-discovery matter at...
... E-Discovery Institute's Leadership Summit (research analyst at Rand Corp). The quartet explored "...
There are proposed changes to the federal rules applicable to e-discovery, which currently allow plaintiffs to propound broad and costly discovery requests on defendants before there is any finding o
The television show Hoarders each week examines the case of an individual who suffers from a disorder that causes extreme distress at the prospect of discarding a possession. Too many organizations t
For all the importance that lawyers place on being rational, they can be an awfully irrational bunch when it comes to technology, says Milberg attorneys Henry J. Kelston and Ariana J. Tadler, with Pa
...Georgetown Law Center Advanced eDiscovery Institute. The panel, "Future of the Rules/New Developments...
The collision of the full pretrial disclosure philosophy of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the inexorable increase in the size of litigation case files (data sets) is driving up litigation
Attorneys Michael H. Gruenglas, Robert A. Fumerton and Patrick G. Rideout argue that all e-discovery be stayed during the pendency of any motion to dismiss unless the plaintiff agrees to reimburse th
Pretrial discovery -- the exchange of relevant information between litigants -- is central to the U.S. civil legal process. As computer technologies continue to develop, concerns have arisen that, be
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