In feisty case, District Court Judge Robert Miller for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana OKs defense team's jump-start on predictive coding.
By this time next year, we may be on the cusp of another major set of amendments to the discovery provisions of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The U.S. Courts' Advisory Committee on Civil Rules voted last week to send a slate of proposed amendments up the rulemaking chain.
With mobile devices common in the workplace, employees' personal social media and email content may invariably find its way onto devices and into the hands of employers, who must carefully consider the implications of personal data being accessible to company managers or IT personnel.
At its best, document review is a long and laborious process intended to find relevant (and hopefully dispositive) documents for your litigation or investigation. At its worst, document review is a remote, expensive, time-consuming, and not very revealing look into the facts of your case.
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How much time is wasted searching for missing pieces of paper? More than most of us would like to admit, notes paralegal Judy Stouffer. Her solution: It's time to digitize.