e-Discovery Case Law Update – Summer 2010 Part II | Fios, Inc.

e-Discovery Case Law Update – Summer 2010 Part II | Fios, Inc..

Vendor sponsored educational webinar highlighting current trends, issues and cases in e-discovery including:

  • Sanctions
  • Social Networking
  • Collection
  • Text Messaging

(registration for the Aug. 4th event is required. Fios usually offers their webinars on-demand for those who miss the event so don’t worry if miss this one… you can always watch it later.)

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Gibson Dunn – 2010 Mid-Year Electronic Discovery and Information Law Update

Gibson Dunn – 2010 Mid-Year Electronic Discovery and Information Law Update.

Law firm report reviews e-discovery trends for the first half of 2010.

Topics addressed include:

  • Sanctions
  • the application of FRE 502
  • Privilege
  • Search Methodology
  • Proportionality
  • Preservation
  • Cooperation
  • Social Networking
  • Government EDD Responsibilities
  • International EDD

Update: Whenever a major report like this one is published, you can expect many industry experts & service providers to offer their observations and interpretations. This can be extremely valuable beyond reviewing the raw data of the report as information is translated into key trends, best practices and practical ideas for improving your e-discovery process.

The e-Discovery Team / Ralph Losey

The eDiscovery Paradigm Shift

Legal Technology Today

Liquid Litigation

I’m sure I’ll add a few more over the next few weeks …

Citing its Inherent Authority to Sanction, Court Grants Motion for Sanctions Against Non-Party : E-Discovery Law Review

Citing its Inherent Authority to Sanction, Court Grants Motion for Sanctions Against Non-Party : E-Discovery Law Review.

This case summary discusses an extreme scenario where a non-party was sanctioned for discovery misconduct. The lesson here for all of your non-extreme scenarios is that you’ll need to have adequate documentation of your ESI collection methodologies to prove to the court where your data came from…

If you have the documentation available, then you and your case team will be able to anticipate the risks involved in your e-discovery project.