Five pioneer judges who shaped the evolution of e-discovery: Shira Scheindlin, Lee Rosenthal, Andrew Peck, Paul Grimm, John Facciola
51-page opinion imposing nearly $1 million in punitive sanctions on the defendants in 'In re Pradaxa Products Liability Litigation.
...Judge D. Michael Fisher at the U.S.D.C. Western District of Pennsylvania, the court’s IT staff...
...lead the records/docket/library and new business functions for Heller’s D.C. office. I had no clue what I was doing, but...
...opening panel of the E-Discovery Institute Leadership Summit: Michael Baylson, U.S.D.C. senior judge (Eastern District, Pa.); Gisela Cardonne Ely, circuit judge...
Georgetown Law Advanced E-Discovery Institute wraps up another stellar conference
The e-discovery community reacts to appellate court decision to bounce Scheindlin off controversial Stop-and-Frisk case, days before NYC mayor election
...Michael Baylson, U.S.D.C. senior judge, (Eastern District, Pa.); Gisela Cardonne Ely, circuit judge...
U.S. Supreme Court denies petition by Da Silva Moore Plaintiffs to recuse U.S.D.C. Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck, ending a long soap opera that centered around Peck's endorsement of predictive coding
Google, Facebook, Martha Stewart & Boston University all battling over technology
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