Federico v. Lincoln Military Housing, LLC, Due to Late Production of ESI Court Declines to Shift Costs; Denies Sanctions for Lost Text Messages Citing Rule 37 (e)

Federico v. Lincoln Military Housing, LLC, Due to Late Production of ESI Court Declines to Shift Costs; Denies Sanctions for Lost Text Messages Citing Rule 37 (e) This case involves consolidated claims for personal injury and property damage stemming from mold in military housing maintained by the Defendant, Lincoln Military Housing. Defendant’s lawyer sent a […]

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Judges Panel: What’s Wrong With Discovery?

Judges Panel: What’s Wrong With Discovery? In Law Technology News, attorney Gail Gottehrer of Axinn Veltrop & Harkrider reports on a Legal Tech panel of federal judges addressing the problems with the current state of discovery and how they impact justice. The panel included U.S. District Court Magistrate Judges: Frank Maas (S.D.N.Y.), Elizabeth Laporte (N.D. […]

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Dorchester Fin. Holdings v. Banco BRJ S.A., New York District Court Orders Adverse Inference Sanctions for Destruction of Computer – A Crashed Computer “Is By No Means A Death Knell For The Data It Contains.”

Dorchester Fin. Holdings v. Banco BRJ S.A., New York District Court Orders Adverse Inference Sanctions for Destruction of Computer – A Crashed Computer “Is By No Means A Death Knell For The Data It Contains.” In this case, Dorchester Financial Holdings sued the Brazilian bank, Banco BRJ, alleging that BRJ had committed breach of contract […]

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Sunrise, Sunset: Judge Facciola Looks Back and Forward

Sunrise, Sunset: Judge Facciola Looks Back and Forward In Law Technology News, retired Federal Magistrate Judge Facciola reflects on his seventeen years on the bench and writes about the reasons that make him both optimistic and pessimistic with respect to technology and the courts. Judge Facciola outlining his reasons for optimism, points to the tireless […]

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