Mintz Levin Makes Privacy and Security Predictions for 2015

Mintz Levin Makes Privacy and Security Predictions for 2015 This Law Technology News article by Marlisse Silver Sweeney addresses a recent blog by Mintz Levin outlining major privacy and security issues for 2015 and their potential for causing a significant amount of litigation. Among the predictions are the following: consumers will have standing to sue […]

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Peterson v. Matlock, New Jersey District Court Denies Motion to Compel Production of Native Files; Orders Production of Metadata Audit Trail

Peterson v. Matlock, New Jersey District Court Denies Motion to Compel Production of Native Files; Orders Production of Metadata Audit Trail In this case, Magistrate Judge Arpert found that Defendants effectively demonstrated the “undue burden” associated with the requested production and denied Plaintiff’s Motion to compel the production of native files. In this case, the […]

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The Court as Gatekeeper: Preventing Unreliable Pretrial E-Discovery from Jeopardizing a Reliable Fact-Finding Process

The Court as Gatekeeper: Preventing Unreliable Pretrial E-Discovery from Jeopardizing a Reliable Fact-Finding Process This Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) piece republishes a recent Fordham Law Review article addressing the debate surrounding “whether the predicates outlined in Federal Rule of Evidence 702 and interpreted by Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc. should be applied […]

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Pero v. Norfolk S. Ry., Co., Propriety Nature of Software Not a Shield Against Production

Pero v. Norfolk S. Ry., Co. Propriety Nature of Software Not a Shield Against Production The Plaintiff in this case was employed as a locomotive conductor for the Defendant when he alleged he was injured during an effort to remove a tree that was blocking railroad tracks. Both parties agreed that a RailView camera “most […]

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