We’re back from an exciting corporate counsel conference in San Francisco, the Institute for Advanced Corporate Counsel (iACC) Conference. Lindsay Stevens, our Director of Software Development, spoke about the upcoming FRCP Amendments and how they affect the litigation hold and preservation compliance processes.
We wanted to share with you some of the resources used for [...]
Earlier this year, the duty to preserve text messages arose in the sexual harassment case of Calderon v. Corporacion Puertorriqueña de Salud. During discovery, when the defendants requested the plaintiff’s text messages, only a portion was submitted with the claim that the rest had been deleted. What followed was a call for a spoliation sanction [...]
The Internet has been buzzing with excitement lately. On March 31, the Supreme Court of the United States began hearing oral arguments for what’s being called the not-to-be-missed case of Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank, which concerns the application of patent protection on software, specifically computer-implemented inventions, and whether it is appropriate under Section 101 [...]
Considered one of this country’s founders and greatest intellects, Benjamin Franklin was also a printer, postmaster, scientist, inventor and prolific letter writer. It’s through a digital mapping of Franklin’s correspondence from 1757 to 1775 that historian Caroline Winterer and her colleagues seek to better understand his networks and define Franklin before he became the Benjamin [...]
Dave Gardy interviews Cara Powers, Legal Solutions Consultant at Liquid Litigation Management, Inc., at LegalTech New York about our partnership with Content Analyst Company. She provides an overview of the company and why we use advanced analytics from Content Analyst in our e-Discovery solution. Watch this quick overview of how our email threading capability [...]
The second day of wintry LegalTech New York 2014 heated up at the morning Judges Panel when the discussion turned to the value of Federal Rules of Evidence 502(d). Taking the distinguished panel’s lead, what follows are the rule’s what, why and how.
Rule 502(d) states that a “federal court may order that the privilege [...]