By Cassandre Coyer | September 15, 2023
Legaltech News looked at some recent decisions, orders and trends that can help legal professionals better understand what exactly constitutes appropriate use of social media.
By Cassandre Coyer | June 28, 2023
During the "Important eDiscovery Case Law Decisions for June 2023" webinar on Tuesday hosted by EDRM, panelists highlighted some of the key takeaways from recent e-discovery cases.
By Tara Emory, Redgrave Data, and Nick Snavely and Martin Tully, Redgrave LLP | July 28, 2022
The latest opinion in the discovery saga of DR Distributors reflects the limits of orders under Federal Rule of Evidence 502(d), application of marital communications privilege, and some cautionary lessons about inconsistent redactions and defending a privilege review process.
By Philip Favro, Innovative Driven | July 25, 2022
As reflected in the recent In re Keurig Green Mountain Single-Serve Coffee Antitrust Litigation case, noncompliance with preservation provisions in an ESI protocol can expose parties to severe sanctions under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 37(b)(2)(A).
By David Horrigan, Relativity | June 23, 2022
Recent bankruptcy proceedings landed software provider Upsolve in hot water in Maryland, showing just how far today's software is allowed to go before it infringes upon unauthorized practice of law issues.
By Eric P. Mandel, Innovative Driven | June 14, 2022
A recent opinion in Hollis v. CEVA Logistics U.S. raises the question of whether any party who has failed to preserve and produce relevant ESI has an open avenue to avoid a jury presumption of intentional spoliation by swallowing their pride and asserting Hanlon's Razor.
By Philip Favro, Innovative Driven | May 18, 2022
Two particularly noteworthy topics in recent e-discovery litigation include: possession, custody, or control questions involving employee text messages; and the role and form of adverse inference instructions to juries to address ESI spoliation.
By Robert deBrauwere and Nicholas Saady, Pryor Cashman | May 9, 2022
The Republic of the Marshall Islands recently passed legislation enabling decentralized autonomous organizations to register as legal entities, following Wyoming last year. This article explains the legislation and legal principles that apply (or might apply) to DAOs.
By John G. Browning and Jonathan Bailie | April 8, 2022
How significant is the threat of fabricated digital evidence that can alter the outcome of a case? In today's wired workplace, it's considerable.
By Jordan T. Cohen, Robert Kantrowitz and Dylan Mason, Kirkland & Ellis | March 30, 2022
The 21st Century Cures Act, passed by Congress in 2016, directed the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology to implement a final rule for interoperability requirements and a standardization process for the public to report claims of potential information blocking.
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