Judges: Social Media, GDPR Don’t Impede Your Discovery Responsibilities
The Day 3 Legalweek judges panel stressed that, while much has changed in the technology, regulatory and judicial space, court expectations have largely stayed the same.
Judges in state and federal courts don’t have much patience for those looking to skirt their discovery responsibilities. And new regulations and data types aren’t going to change that. At the “Cite Early! Cite Often! The 2019-2020 Cases That Every Practitioner Should Know” keynote address at Legalweek 2020 in New York, judges from all around the country came together to discuss how courts are handling some of the most pressing discovery issues of the past and current year. Here are highlights from the conversation:
BIPA Rules the Land. The GDPR, Not So Much
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