5 E-Discovery Resolutions for 2015

5 E-Discovery Resolutions for 2015 In this Law Technology News article, the author, Patricia Antezana, suggests five resolutions regarding e-discovery for 2015 supported by recent case law. The author begins by suggesting a commitment to creating a “spirit of cooperation” during negotiations on ESI discovery and offers the case Boston Scientific Corp. v. Lee as […]

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New Jersey Supreme Court Guidelines on Electronic Devices in the Courtroom to Take Effect on February 2, 2015, Executed Agreement Required for Use of Mobile Devices in Courtroom

New Jersey Supreme Court Guidelines on Electronic Devices in the Courtroom to Take Effect on February 2, 2015, Executed Agreement Required for Use of Mobile Devices in Courtroom. On December 12, 2014, the New Jersey Supreme Court promulgated Directive 8-14, “Supreme Court Guidelines on Electronic Devices in the Courtroom,” (“Guidelines”). The Guidelines which will take […]

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Practicing Proactive Information Governance

Practicing Proactive Information Governance This Corporate Counsel article by Rene Laurens addresses the ever present challenge of controlling the exponential growth in electronic data and the need for remediation in Information Governance programs. The author addresses the interrelationship between IG and e-discovery, noting that good IG programs result in “less junk to collect, process and […]

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Sedona Updates Cooperation Guide

Sedona Updates Cooperation Guide Judges use the Sedona Cooperation Proclamation as a framework for managing e-discovery in civil cases. In Law Technology News, Monica Bay reports on the publications of the third edition of “The Sedona Conference Cooperation Proclamation: Resources for the Judiciary.” The author notes that the latest edition updates case law and rules […]

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