Blocking statutes, FRCP amendments, and predictive coding: A witch's brew of cross-border e-discovery issues is explored at the Association of Corporate Counsel's annual meeting
Defense lawyer Robert Owen reviews the American Bar Association's "Spoliation of Evidence" and takes issue with the authors' view on sanctions and remedies
Attorney Stephen M. Kramarsky looks at recent Southern District of New York analyses of Facebook's terms of service, and evaluates when users should be legally bound by these terms
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Legacy data when kept indefinitely has no value or purpose. But Anne Kershaw, of the eDiscovery Institute, notes it can create expensive havoc and costs that can be avoided if properly managed
Destroy legacy data or it can come back to haunt your company• Auld Lange Syne, by John Chapas II• Legacy Data Cleanup, by Anne Kershaw• Collision Course, by Anne Kershaw• Cle
Wireless device maker Brightpoint's general counsel, Craig Carpenter, speaks to the tech, compliance, and acquisition issues he has encountered during his tenure at the company
Originally Published: National Law Journal
With strong security, and flexibility, Hewlett-Packard's TouchPad tablet computer is a solid choice for legal organizations, even if you can't yet edit Office documents, says Jonathan Ezor, assistant
...in a broadcast interview. The case has increasingly become a touchstone for arguments over what Britons know as "super-injunctions" -- sweeping...
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