eDiscovery Daily

Title Date
Defendant Compelled to Produce Employees’ Personal Data in EEOC Dispute: eDiscovery Case Law May. 26, 2015
For a Successful Outcome to Your Discovery Project, Work Backwards: eDiscovery Best Practices May. 22, 2015
Court Untangles Form of Production Dispute with Curling Iron Manufacturer: eDiscovery Case Law May. 21, 2015
Norton Rose Fulbright’s Latest Survey Shows Majority of Companies use TAR, Collect from Mobile Devices: eDiscovery Trends May. 20, 2015
Tired of the “Crap”, Court Sanctions Investors and Lawyers for Several Instances of Spoliation: eDiscovery Case Law May. 19, 2015
Here’s Some Useful Criteria for Evaluating Information Governance Vendors: eDiscovery Best Practices May. 18, 2015
Court Rejects Defendants Motion Seeking Limitless Access to Plaintiff’s Facebook Account: eDiscovery Case Law May. 15, 2015
Are You as “E-Savvy” as You Need to Be in Your “E-Disclosure” Process?: eDiscovery Best Practices May. 14, 2015
Law Departments and Law Firms Getting Smarter About Data Privacy and Security, According to Huron Legal: eDiscovery Trends May. 13, 2015
Here Are Other Team Members that a Winning Team Needs: eDiscovery Best Practices May. 12, 2015
A Winning Team Needs Several Types of Team Members: eDiscovery Best Practices May. 11, 2015
Oh, Thank Heaven! Court Orders 7-Eleven to Produce Metadata: eDiscovery Case Law May. 8, 2015
Ten Years Later, EDRM is Still Going Strong: eDiscovery Best Practices May. 7, 2015
For Better Document Review, You Need to Approach a ZEN State: eDiscovery Best Practices May. 6, 2015
Appeals Court Upholds “Death Penalty Order” Sanction That Leads to Multi-Million Dollar Judgment: eDiscovery Case Law May. 5, 2015
Even When You Win in the Playoffs, You Should Still Think Before You Hit Send: eDiscovery Trends May. 4, 2015
One Step to Go for the Federal Rules Changes. Will it Be a Formality?: eDiscovery Trends May. 1, 2015
It’s Draft Day! What Skills Does Your eDiscovery Quarterback Need?: eDiscovery Best Practices Apr. 30, 2015
This Guy Says that Computers Could Eventually Replace Lawyers – In the Courtroom: eDiscovery Trends Apr. 29, 2015
“How Much Will it Cost?” is Not Necessarily the Right Question to Ask: eDiscovery Best Practices Apr. 28, 2015