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In The Legal’s E-Discovery supplement, learn about discovery in a mobile-first world, get more comfortable with TAR, and get some practical insights on e-discovery and pretrial management.

Click here to download the digital edtion


How to Effectively Conduct Discovery in a Mobile-First World
Given how indispensable text and chat apps have become in our personal lives, it should come as no surprise that they have begun to infiltrate day-to-day communications in corporate America as well. While it is unlikely that texts will supplant email as the primary business communications vehicle in the near future, work-related texting is only going to increase, particularly among the newest entrants to the workforce, who value the immediacy and informality of the medium. Read more


Spoliation of Electronic Information Under Amended Rule 37(e)
Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 37(e), amended in December 2015, imposes sanctions for a party’s failure to preserve electronic data. Under the amended Rule, a court must balance the severity of sanctions against the intent of the spoliator and any prejudice borne by other parties. Read more


Stay Clean in ’17: 17 Tips to Do E-Discovery Right
For the last decade, e-discovery has been the new frontier in litigation. There is a lot that can go wrong in this complicated multi-stage process, at this point of intersection between legal obligations, advanced technology, and litigation strategy. Read more

Getting Comfortable With Technology Assisted Review
Technology Assisted Review or (TAR) has been available as a tool in the e-discovery marketplace for roughly a decade. In those early days, some attorneys viewed TAR as simply a new label for existing smart review strategies. Other attorneys (particularly with risk-averse clients) were slow to embrace a review method that did not include a set of human eyes on every document before it went to government or opposing counsel in a production. Read more


Front-End Planning, Back-End Savings: Pretrial Management
Electronic discovery, otherwise known as e-discovery, has exponentially increased the number of documents exchanged during litigation, as in Race Tires America v. Hoosier Racing Tire, 674 F.3d 158, 160 n.1 (3d Cir. 2011). E-discovery has also contributed significantly to soaring pretrial costs. Read more

Generic Machine Learning Solutions for E-Discovery
Electronic discovery, otherwise known as e-discovery, has exponentially increased the number of documents exchanged during litigation, as in Race Tires America v. Hoosier Racing Tire, 674 F.3d 158, 160 n.1 (3d Cir. 2011). E-discovery has also contributed significantly to soaring pretrial costs. Read more

 
 

In The Legal’s E-Discovery supplement, learn about discovery in a mobile-first world, get more comfortable with TAR, and get some practical insights on e-discovery and pretrial management.

Click here to download the digital edtion


How to Effectively Conduct Discovery in a Mobile-First World
Given how indispensable text and chat apps have become in our personal lives, it should come as no surprise that they have begun to infiltrate day-to-day communications in corporate America as well. While it is unlikely that texts will supplant email as the primary business communications vehicle in the near future, work-related texting is only going to increase, particularly among the newest entrants to the workforce, who value the immediacy and informality of the medium. Read more


Spoliation of Electronic Information Under Amended Rule 37(e)
Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 37(e) , amended in December 2015, imposes sanctions for a party’s failure to preserve electronic data. Under the amended Rule, a court must balance the severity of sanctions against the intent of the spoliator and any prejudice borne by other parties. Read more


Stay Clean in ’17: 17 Tips to Do E-Discovery Right
For the last decade, e-discovery has been the new frontier in litigation. There is a lot that can go wrong in this complicated multi-stage process, at this point of intersection between legal obligations, advanced technology, and litigation strategy. Read more

Getting Comfortable With Technology Assisted Review
Technology Assisted Review or (TAR) has been available as a tool in the e-discovery marketplace for roughly a decade. In those early days, some attorneys viewed TAR as simply a new label for existing smart review strategies. Other attorneys (particularly with risk-averse clients) were slow to embrace a review method that did not include a set of human eyes on every document before it went to government or opposing counsel in a production. Read more


Front-End Planning, Back-End Savings: Pretrial Management
Electronic discovery, otherwise known as e-discovery, has exponentially increased the number of documents exchanged during litigation, as in Race Tires America v. Hoosier Racing Tire , 674 F.3d 158, 160 n.1 ( 3d Cir. 2011 ) . E-discovery has also contributed significantly to soaring pretrial costs. Read more

Generic Machine Learning Solutions for E-Discovery
Electronic discovery, otherwise known as e-discovery, has exponentially increased the number of documents exchanged during litigation, as in Race Tires America v. Hoosier Racing Tire , 674 F.3d 158, 160 n.1 ( 3d Cir. 2011 ) . E-discovery has also contributed significantly to soaring pretrial costs. Read more