Multilingual Review In The E-Discovery Process

For better or worse, much of the rest of the world has caught up with the United States in terms of e-discovery demands that […]

E-Discovery: What’s Accessible In Social Media And How To Find It

With more than 70 percent of people in the U.S. using social media, sites like Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace are rich areas for e-discovery. […]

What Explains Failure To Preserve Electronic Evidence?

A discrimination-retaliation case, where there was an adverse inference against the defendant for failure to preserve potentially relevant electronically stored information, raises a basic […]

A Third Party In Litigation, Google Is Forced To Reveal Search Terms

The company had responded to a document request made by Apple, as part of Apple’s litigation with Samsung. When Apple said that Google’s production […]

Courts: Key Words Are Not Work Product

Lawyers often considered the methods they used to find responsive documents as privileged work product…

Long Before E-Discovery, There’s Defensive Communication

Don’t discuss liability issues in non-privileged documents, and assume what you write will…

Judge Okays Culling by Keyword Search before Predictive Coding

Keyword search, second-best by most accounts, is also a lot cheaper.