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23 results for: e-discovery
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Although default judgments are rarely issued for discovery abuses, a court found it appropriate to issue a default judgment in Red Wolf...
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The “People’s Court” has become a tradition at Zapproved’s annual PREX conference held earlier this week in Portland, Oregon. Advocates...
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In In Re Pork Antitrust Litig., No. 18-cv-1776 (D. Minn. Mar. 31, 2022), American pork industry companies were accused of price-fixing....
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Parties involved in cross-border discovery are becoming accustomed to the hurdles and risks involved with transferring documents or data...
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At the July 21st Master’s Conference in San Francisco, I presented a session on “Delivering Value to Clients: Why Service Provider & Law...
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In the consolidated cases of ZF Automotive US, Inc., et al. v. Luxshare, Ltd., No. 21-402 and AlixPartners, LLP, et al. v. Fund for...
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The amount in controversy is weighed heavily in most discovery proportionality analyses, but public interest can also impact a court’s...
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Preserving data that is relevant and proportional in litigation is imperative to reduce the risk of spoliation sanctions. In Europe v....
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It was a pleasure to attend and present at the New Jersey ARMA INFORM Conference at Princeton University last week. Kudos to Ann Gorr,...
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Thomson Reuters has published its 2022 edition of eDiscovery for Corporate Counsel. Reed Smith was pleased to contribute two of three...
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Prior to the 2015 amendment to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, parties in litigation sometimes faced exposure to sanctions for loss...
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Anyone who has to address international cross-border discovery issues cannot help but be struck by the different cultural values that...
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The return of Legalweek to New York next week brings to mind some interesting discussions I have been involved in about how a company or...
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EDRM is a leading industry organization and thought leader in the e-discovery and information governance domain. Named after the original...
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Most companies now have adopted some form of “best practices” to properly handle legal holds. Have you refreshed your legal hold policies...
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Unfortunately, we periodically see cases of litigation parties fabricating evidence. Fortunately, forensic analysis can frequently unmask...