MDL

Why the Cloud is the Only Answer for Multi District Litigation

Why the Cloud is the Only Answer for Multi District Litigation 3000 2000 Jason Krause

When coordinating multi–district litigation, many firms like to think that they can simply call on their existing in-house resources, including litigation support staff and paralegals, to take over the technology strategy. In some instances, this approach may be sufficient, but only at the early stages of the case. In our experience, this strategy never works over the…

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Technology Strategies for Multidistrict Litigation

Technology Strategies for Multidistrict Litigation 150 150 Rakesh Madhava

Electronic data involved in multidistrict litigation (MDL) and class actions is exploding in both volume and diversity, with no end in sight. Analysts project that the volumes of data being produced will double every two years, which is consistent with the growing volumes of pre-trial data hosted in the Nextpoint litigation platform. Add to this…

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Why Multi-District Litigation Blows Up

Why Multi-District Litigation Blows Up 150 150 Rakesh Madhava

As any Multi-District Litigation is coming together, cases are being filed and transferred, the court’s liaison counsel are selected, and individual parties are evaluating their litigation strategies. No one wants to talk about buying technology. Unfortunately, because of the rapidly evolving technology landscape, the appropriate time horizon for determining these issues is harder to determine than…

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Facing Down the Multi District Litigation (MDL) Challenge

Facing Down the Multi District Litigation (MDL) Challenge 150 150 Rakesh Madhava

As with all types of litigation, the volumes of data involved in Multi-District Litigation (MDL) and Class Actions are exploding in both volume and diversity. Merging complex cases into one matter simplifies litigation, as in upcoming drug safety litigation over drugs like Yaz and Pradaxa. However less complicated that can make a matter from a legal…

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