Exploring how ADR can save time and money, and spare us the headaches caused by discovery disputes over electronically stored information
...index, filter and process 219 gigabytes of data. In addition, the Sedona Conference has issued a "Commentary on Proportionality in Electronic Discovery," and Seventh...
The respective e-discovery burdens of would-be class plaintiffs and defendants are grossly asymmetrical, the burden being solely on the class-action defendants. Some courts recognize these inequities
A road map to help you secure court approval of predictive coding over objections, summarizing the current legal landscape, gathering relevant resources, and offering insight on how to persuade the c
...and cooperation come in. Recognizing that basic fact, in 2009, The Sedona Conference attempted something radical and advanced its "Cooperation Proclamation," a...
Highlights from the May meeting of the Women in E-Discovery (WiE) New York chapter
...stored electronically," Judge Shira Scheindlin stated at the ARMA International 2006 Conference & Expo. Consequently, attorneys must be comfortable guiding clients through the e...
The quest to solve the problem of reducing ever-expanding amounts of electronically stored information into manageable and relevant documents for use in litigation has left many casualties along the
...and limit the cost of discovery. See, e.g., "The Sedona Conference Cooperation Proclamation," 10 SEDCJ 331 (2009) (calling for "cooperative...
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