E-Discovery Standards Organization Releases EDRM eDiscovery Maturity Self-Assessment Test

E-Discovery Standards Organization Releases EDRM eDiscovery Maturity Self-Assessment Test The leading standards organization for the e-discovery community released the eDiscovery Maturity Self-Assessment test as a resource to help organizations measure their e-discovery maturity. The test is an Excel workbook with sections covering the different parts of the e-discovery process. After completing the workbooks, a summary […]

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Spoliation: The ramifications of the failure to preserve evidence

Spoliation: The ramifications of the failure to preserve evidence In this Inside Counsel article by Anne R. Myers and Eileen Monaghan Ficaro, the authors address the impact that proposed amended Rule 37(e) will have on the imposition of sanctions for the failure to preserve ESI. The authors note that while the change provides some clarity […]

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Dynamo Holdings Ltd. P’ship v. Comm’r of Internal Service, United States Tax Court Approves Use of Predictive Coding by Taxpayer Over Objections by the IRS.

Dynamo Holdings Ltd. P’ship v. Comm’r of Internal Service, United States Tax Court Approves Use of Predictive Coding by Taxpayer Over Objections by the IRS. Rejecting the Internal Revenue Service‘s argument that predictive coding is “new technology,” the United States Tax Court granted petitioner, Dynamo Holdings’ request to utilize the technology for the production of […]

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N.J. Judiciary Proposes Significant Increase in Court Fees

N.J. Judiciary Proposes Significant Increase in Court Fees The NJ judiciary is proposing the first increase in court fees since 2002. The proposal involves the addition of 17 new fees and a significant increase in 65 existing fees. The fee hike is forecasted to generate between $42 and $49.4 million in revenue a year. This […]

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