ediscovery law

What Lawyers Can Learn from Google About eDiscovery

What Lawyers Can Learn from Google About eDiscovery 150 150 Jason Krause

Google, the company that keeps track of everything people search for on the Internet, doesn’t want you to know how they search for information. At least, that’s what is happening in the ongoing Apple v. Samsung, saga, where Google—a non-party in the case—has been ordered to reveal the search terms it has used to find documents…

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eDiscovery Case Law: A Little More Wiggle Room

eDiscovery Case Law: A Little More Wiggle Room 150 150 Jason Krause

If companies have one complaint about eDiscovery, it’s that they are forced to preserve too much data for litigation. In 2011, Microsoft estimated that the ratio of the data it preserves to the data it actually uses in litigation is 340,000 to one. That’s why defining the duty to preserve documents in litigation is a…

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