It is interesting and necessary to note that because of the volume of electronically stored information, privilege review and the creation of a privilege log have become the most expensive part of th
Many corporate law departments faced with litigation or government investigations are told it is a "bet the company" event and thus no effort should be spared to defend the organization. In t
Originally Published: The Recorder
Corporations eager to exploit their massive customer data risk alienating consumers and regulators if they stumble on privacy and security
...Bank v. Morgan Stanley & Co. Inc., Special Master Jonathan Redgrave considered these factors in evaluating a discovery dispute concerning missing nonprivileged attachments...
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Many Am Law 200 firms have taken at least some new steps to grapple with the fast-changing world of e-discovery. Several different models for tackling the e-discovery behemoth have emerged, which inc
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The document-by-document privilege log has become one of the more costly elements of producing electronically stored information that may discourage litigation. Connell Foley attorneys Peter Pizzi an
Edwin M. Larkin and Kristine A. Sova of Venable caution readers of the Pension Committee ruling from blind adherence to any perceived "bright-line" instances of sanctionable conduct, which will only
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