E-discovery is especially challenging in healthcare related litigation due to the healthcare industry’s reliance on electronically stored information (ESI), the volume of medical records often at issue in health care litigation, especially, qui tam litigation, the time periods often at issue given the lengthy statutes of limitations and the relevance of the information that the records contain.
Jennifer Rearden and Seema Gupta of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher write: Although a new Commercial Division rule expresses a preference for categorical privilege logs, it provides little insight into the form those logs should take. This issue likely will be addressed by courts in the coming months and years.
The community remembers (in)famous Browningisms as we prepare to say goodbye Saturday.
Federal judiciary officials on Tuesday approved proposed changes to court rules that could reshape how discovery is handled in civil litigation—for better or for worse, depending who you ask.
EMC SourceOne email and document management system integrates with Recommind Axcelerate.
The perils of agreeing to produce native files as part of e-discovery.
"Language-based analytics" purports to leverage the way words convey concepts during discovery.
Seventy-six percent of the participants in an online poll conducted by the Daily Report said if they had represented the state ethics commission in a recent whistleblower case, they would have given a controversial memo to opposing counsel or at least asked the judge for a ruling.
Airline says bid for $3.6M is 'outrageous'; judge has already levied $4.7M.