Last summer we reviewed Gibson Dunn’s 2010 Mid-Year Electronic Discovery Update. As it is now well into 2011, Gibson Dunn has released its 2010 Year-End Electronic Discovery and Information Law Update.
As we reported this summer, sanctions continued to be an issue in the second half of 2010 as “competing views of the standards that should [...]
On January 19th, the Court of Chancery in Delaware issued “Guidelines for Preservation of Electronically Stored Information.” This short document (two pages) is worth the read if you practice in this court. It is yet another sign of the large role ESI plays in litigation in this and other Courts.
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Another LegalTech New York has passed and as it seems this year saw a much greater response than the previous year, I look forward to a prosperous 2011.
With the increased prevalence of Facebook, Twitter, blogs and the like in both homes and offices, it’s not surprising that numerous sessions at LegalTech 2011 covered social media. [...]