Stallings v. City of Johnston City, et al., Expensive Hard Copy Production of Social Media Highlights Need to Retain ESI Expert

Stallings v. City of Johnston City, et al., Expensive Hard Copy Production of Social Media Highlights Need to Retain ESI Expert Plaintiff, Jayne Stallings, a former city water office supervisor, sued Johnston City, its town mayor and former city water alderman on grounds of wrongful termination, malicious conduct and denial of due process during her […]

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Judge Facciola: Discovery Disputes Are a Cry for Help

Judge Facciola: Discovery Disputes Are a Cry for Help William Hamilton of Law Technology News provides the highlights of a presentation made by U.S.D.C. Magistrate Judge John Facciola (District of Columbia) at the University of Florida’s E-Discovery Project Fall 2014. The key takeaways addressed in the article include the targeting of ESI in search warrants, […]

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Hawley v. Mphasis Corp., Defendant Delays Litigation Hold, NY District Court Grants Adverse Inference Sanctions

Hawley v. Mphasis Corp., Defendant Delays Litigation Hold, NY District Court Grants Adverse Inference Sanctions The plaintiff in this employment discrimination case moved for various sanctions against the defendant, Mphasis Corp., for failure to preserve and produce critical evidence during discovery. Specifically, plaintiff sought adverse inference for the destruction of data on his and his […]

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3 E-discovery Trends You Can’t Afford to Ignore

3 E-discovery Trends You Can’t Afford to Ignore The escalating costs of ESI discovery and the enormous downsides associated with ineffective management of the e-discovery process are addressed by Benedict Y. Hur and Matthew M. Wedegar in Corporate Counsel. The authors provide concrete advice on the current e-discovery trends practitioners should be tracking. This evolution […]

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