eDiscovery guidelines

Litigator’s Brief: Top 15 eDiscovery Terms Every Litigator Should Know

Litigator’s Brief: Top 15 eDiscovery Terms Every Litigator Should Know 150 150 Rakesh Madhava

Prompted by the anniversary of  Zubulake v UBS Warburg – the case that forced the legal world to take eDiscovery seriously and arguably created a new industry – we recently wrote a post outlining The 7 Biggest eDiscovery Events of the Decade for our friends at Clio. It got us thinking about how much has changed in the vocabulary of eDiscovery since…

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Changing the Conversation in eDiscovery: The Last Word

Changing the Conversation in eDiscovery: The Last Word 150 150 nextpointguest

CONVERSATIONS WITH: Alitia Faccone + Rakesh Madhava   Nextpoint’s “Conversations With” is a feature offering insights from two or more industry insiders in a “panel-style” discussion around a specific topic area. Expect a lively and thought-provoking repartee and check back regularly for installments. To read the whole series, here is Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4,…

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Changing the Conversation in eDiscovery: Part 3

Changing the Conversation in eDiscovery: Part 3 150 150 Rakesh Madhava

CONVERSATIONS WITH: Alitia Faccone + Rakesh Madhava   Nextpoint’s “Conversations With” is a feature offering insights from two or more industry insiders in a “panel-style” discussion around a specific topic area. Expect a lively and thought-provoking reportée and check back regularly for installments. To read the whole series, here is Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, and Part 6. …

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eDiscovery Case Law: Judges Get Annoyed When Lawyers Don't Play Nice

eDiscovery Case Law: Judges Get Annoyed When Lawyers Don't Play Nice 150 150 Jason Krause

Judges are getting tough about cooperation. eDiscovery case law is being driven by a handful of federal judges like Magistrate Judge John M. Facciola with the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. Recently, Facciola told litigants in the matter Taydon v. Greyhound Lines, Inc., there is “a new sheriff in town–not Gary Cooper, but me.”   “Drop your 40…

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Cloud Computing Guidelines Gloss Over eDiscovery

Cloud Computing Guidelines Gloss Over eDiscovery 150 150 Jason Krause

Law Technology News noted that the National Institute of Standards and Technology has released the long-awaited “Cloud Computing Synopsis and Recommendations.” The document is meant to provide guidelines for using cloud computing platforms so that organizations and government agencies can feel comfortable migrating data to these platforms. Most of the recommendations are common sense and…

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