We’re back from a great week at the ACC Annual Meeting in Los Angeles and wanted to share with you the e-book we launched at this year’s conference.
Exclusive new #ebook from @LLMinc – Reducing Costs & Assessing Risks in-house http://t.co/Kimveku8Ah #ACCAM13
— LLM, Inc. (@LLMinc) October 28, 2013
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Have you read our latest article on cases and FRCP amendments that have shaped legal hold expectations?
“As e-discovery continues to evolve, so do the rules surrounding it. For example, between 2003 and 2004, United States District Judge Shira Scheindlin wrote five groundbreaking opinions that greatly affected the way duty to preserve […]
The Civil Rules Advisory Committee released their proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure in August. The Committee is seeking comment on their proposals through February 15, 2014, and we have summarized these potential changes below.
Early Court Intervention
The Committee has found that early court intervention has substantially increased cooperation, which in […]
Josh Gilliland and his always-entertaining “Bow Tie Law’s Blog” turn this week to the case of In re NetBank, Inc., 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 69031 (N.D. Ga. Aug. 7, 2009), in which the producing party went to great lengths to prove to opposing counsel and the court that they knew absolutely NOTHING about e-Discovery.
Wendy Akbar of Quarles & Brady blogs about how e-discovery practice is turning the traditional partner-associate dynamic on its ear. The wizened (and aged) partners end up being rank newbies where e-discovery is concerned, while the baby associates tend to have a much greater grasp of the technology behind the ESI. (The analogy of associates […]