Takeda Pharmaceuticals faces multiple lawsuits alleging that it was aware of and willfully concealed a link between one of its most popular drugs, Actos, and increased risk for bladder cancer. This case is particularly interesting because of its potential to set guidelines for the future use of Technology Assisted Review (TAR) in discovery. An order [...]
A huge effort to streamline the e-discovery process called The Seventh Circuit Electronic Discovery Pilot Program Committee just released their May 2012 Phase 2 report of their pilot program. Their goal in conducting this extensive survey and report was to “develop, implement, evaluate, and improve pretrial litigation procedures that would provide fairness and justice to [...]
A third edition of “Digital Evidence, Digital Investigation and E-Disclosure: A Guide to Forensic Readiness,” by Peter Sommer, has been published by the Information Assurance Advisory Council (IAAC). The IAAC is a not-for-profit research organization based in the United Kingdom that specializes in strategic level information assurance issues, and enjoys the sponsorship of major UK [...]
Last week, it was very busy here at the Bllawg. Check out this round up to make sure you didn’t miss any new content!
LLM was announced as an early sponsor of the 2012 Master’s Conference, to take place in Washington, D.C. this October.
We wrote about how to use keyword searches more effectively (one word summary: [...]