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The Duty To Preserve Social Media Information
It is not, as many recent articles and blogs have discussed, just about whether relevant social media information can be discovered by one party in a lawsuit.
United States
16 Apr 2013
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U.S. District Court For The Northern District Of California Adopts New Electronic Discovery Guidelines Effective November 27, 2012
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California unanimously adopted new guidelines regarding the discovery of electronically stored information ("ESI").
United States
27 Dec 2012
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Will Pennsylvania Prohibit Discovery Of All Attorney-Expert Communications?
In 2010, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were amended to address certain problems with prior expert discovery rules which were interpreted to allow discovery of virtually all communications between attorneys and their retained experts.
United States
11 Dec 2012
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Judge Orders Parties To Keep It "Kleen"
The first rule of successful lawyering is that one must be a zealous advocate for his or her client.
United States
13 Nov 2012
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Pennsylvania Supreme Court To Address Admissibility Of Text Messages As Evidence
Today, oral argument will be heard in Commonwealth v. Koch, a case in which the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is confronted with a question that is increasingly important: When to admit a text message into evidence at trial?
United States
17 Oct 2012
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Social Media Login And Password Discovery Requests: A Useful Tool In The Quest For Truth Or An Invasion Of Privacy? One Pennsylvania Court Helps Navigate The Debate
The July 5, 2012 decision of the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas in Trail v. Lesko explores the legal landscape relating to the scope of discovery of social media.
United States
9 Oct 2012
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The Ethics Of "Friending"
As users constantly update their Facebook and other social networking profiles, they may be unwittingly doing something else as well.
United States
17 Sep 2012
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Shifting E-Discovery Costs To The Plaintiff In A Potential Class Action: A Pennsylvania Federal Court Tells Plaintiffs' Counsel To "Make the Investment In Discovery"
In what could be a significant opinion for federal class action defendants seeking to limit their e-discovery costs, a court in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania recently held in Boeynaems v. LA Fitness International, LLC, No. 10-2326, No. 11-2644 (E.D. Pa. Aug. 16, 2012), that plaintiffs who were seeking broad discovery regarding class certification issues – including extensive ESI requests -- should share in the costs of the defendant’s discovery production.
United States
12 Sep 2012
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Impact Of Chin Decision On Pension Committee
The Second Circuit’s recent decision in Chin v. Port Authority, appears to have overruled the 2010 opinion from the Southern District of New York.
United States
6 Aug 2012
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What Judges Are Doing With Predictive Coding
The difficulty with implementing processes such as predictive coding is that the technology is so new that these methods are fairly untested in court.
United States
20 Jul 2012
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Predicting The Future Of Predictive Coding
A decade ago, document review meant a small militia of lawyers sitting in a windowless warehouse surrounded by bankers' boxes full of paper documents.
United States
13 Jul 2012
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Judge Refuses Recusal In Da Silva Moore
Drama stirred in the burgeoning e-discovery world on March 15, 2012, when Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck denied Plaintiffs’ request that he recuse himself from Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe, No. 11-CV-1279 (ALC) (AJP) (S.D. N.Y. June 15, 2012).
United States
27 Jun 2012
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Pennsylvania Announces E-Discovery Amendments To Rules Of Civil Procedure
Pennsylvania recently adopted amendments to its Rules of Civil Procedure that govern e-discovery practice in the Commonwealth.
United States
18 Jun 2012
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Uses Of Social Media For Corporate Counsel - Investigating & Defending Claims
By now, most litigators have bumped up against at least one or two social media issues in their practices.
United States
18 Jun 2012
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The Ultimate Price--New York Court Dismisses Case As Spoliation Sanction
The Supreme Court in New York County recently dismissed a $20 million suit in a sanctioning order in response to the Plaintiff’s destruction of electronically stored information ("ESI").
United States
6 Jun 2012
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A Spoliation Ace In The Hole
A district court case decided last month shows how a company’s email retention and litigation hold policies can affect claims of spoliation by adverse parties in litigation.
United States
24 Apr 2012
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Flattened By Race Tires: The Third Circuit Limits What Types Of E-Discovery Costs Are Recoverable By A Prevailing Party
On March 16, 2012, in Race Tires America, Inc. v. Hoosier Racing Tire Corp. et al., the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit adopted a conservative view of the types of e-discovery costs recoverable by a prevailing party in federal court.
United States
29 Mar 2012
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Simple Mistakes Lead To Discovery Sanctions Against Delta Air Lines
Judge Timothy C. Batten, Sr., of the District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, imposed discovery sanctions against Delta Air Lines after it failed to disclose documents contained in backup tapes and hard drives that had been inadvertently overlooked by Delta’s counsel and IT personnel.
United States
21 Mar 2012
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New York Appellate Division Rules Producing Party Must Bear The Cost Of ESI Production
It is no secret that a large-scale document production, especially one involving extensive ESI, can come at a high cost.
United States
12 Mar 2012
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Magistrate Judge Peck's Message To The Bar: Predictive Coding Should Be "Seriously Considered"
Ediscoverylawreview.com first discussed this emerging issue in its blog post on February 15, 2012.
United States
12 Mar 2012
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