eDiscovery Daily

Title Date
Defendant Ordered to Produce Emails Between Non-Attorney Employees That Were Deemed Privileged: eDiscovery Case Law Oct. 9, 2015
Europe’s Highest Court Strikes Down 15 Year Old Safe Harbor Agreement: eDiscovery Trends Oct. 8, 2015
Samsung Doesn’t Have to Write a Check After All…Yet: eDiscovery Case Law Oct. 7, 2015
EDRM Has a Twist on its Fall Workshop (and a Webinar Today!): eDiscovery Trends Oct. 6, 2015
Redactions Aren’t Always as Straightforward as You Think: eDiscovery Best Practices Oct. 5, 2015
Defendant Compelled to Restore and Produce Emails from Backup Tapes: eDiscovery Case Law Oct. 2, 2015
When a Text File Doesn’t Match the Image or Native Excel File, What Do You Do?: eDiscovery Best Practices Oct. 1, 2015
This Study Says Two-Thirds of Law Firms Still Have No Staff Devoted to Information Security: eDiscovery Trends Sep. 30, 2015
Despite Failure to Implement a Litigation Hold, Defendant Escapes Sanctions: eDiscovery Case Law Sep. 29, 2015
If You Ever Have to Compare RFP Vendors, EDRM Has a New Calculator for You: eDiscovery Best Practices Sep. 28, 2015
You’re More Likely to Be Hit by Lightning Than to Be Sanctioned for Non-Preservation of ESI: eDiscovery Best Practices Sep. 25, 2015
Legal Salaries on the Rise? That’s the Half of It: eDiscovery Trends Sep. 24, 2015
Court Denies Motion for Sanctions Against Veterinary Hospital for Spoliation of ESI: eDiscovery Case Law Sep. 23, 2015
Believe it or Not, Apple v. Samsung is Still Going Strong: eDiscovery Case Law Sep. 22, 2015
Five is Alive! eDiscovery Daily is Five Years Old! Sep. 21, 2015
Get Ready for “E-Discovery Day” and a Milestone for LitSupport Guru: eDiscovery Trends Sep. 18, 2015
Plaintiff’s Continued Disputes with Curling Iron Manufacturer Getting Hairy: eDiscovery Case Law Sep. 17, 2015
Is Your Outlook PST File Corrupt? All is Not Lost!: eDiscovery Best Practices Sep. 16, 2015
Our Nation’s Largest City Now Has a Dedicated eDiscovery Group in its Law Department: eDiscovery Trends Sep. 15, 2015
Defendant Gets Summary Judgment, Not Dismissal, Due to Plaintiff’s Wiping of Hard Drive: eDiscovery Case Law Sep. 14, 2015