E-Discovery

Think About Digital Forensics When You Conduct E-Discovery

Society’s dependence on digital platforms and networks has changed our legal system. Digital evidence is now a critical component of both civil and criminal proceedings.…

Network, Get CLE Credit at E-Discovery Day Virtual Expo

Attendees can converse with peers and colleagues and take advantage of a variety of learning opportunities that include CLE credits at E-Discovery Day 2020. They…

How the Courts Are Enforcing Proportionality in Discovery

In December 2015, Congress and the Supreme Court introduced amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure designed to control the costs of litigation, particularly…

Digital Collaboration and Cloud Applications Are Upending E-Discovery

Today’s collaboration data landscape is almost unrecognizable from what it was in the recent past. About 83 percent of enterprise workloads live in the cloud;…

E-Discovery Insights From Five Years Of Surveying Judges

  E-discovery has evolved In just a few decades, from a “technique” to a fundamental component of virtually all litigation. That evolution has meant, in…

Webcasts, Free Resources, Yoga Classes At E-Discovery Day

Thursday, December 3 marks the 6th annual E-Discovery Day, with 27 sponsors, 16 free resources, 11 webcasts, and seven other virtual events all taking place…

AI-Contract Management Popular But Not Widely Implemented

A survey of corporate lawyers reveals a technological gap in respect to contract management. Eighty-five percent believe that AI-based contract management software would be beneficial,…

How Overreach Can Sink An In-House Privilege Claim

In-house legal at Dartmouth college was brought up short, when a judge ruled its privilege claim for a trove of in-house communications exceeds the privilege’s…

No Communication, No Privilege

What constitutes a privileged communication? This Today’s General Counsel article considers some of the complexities and the light that may be shed on this question…

Spotlighting In-House Memos, Ninth Circuit Adopts Work-Product Waiver Standard

The Ninth Circuit has issued a decision that for the first time adopted a waiver standard for the work-product doctrine – a standard that is…