Strong Info Governance Policies Can Drive Down E-Discovery Expenditure In Law Technology News, author Chris DiMarco writes about the link between an organization’s management of the information it creates and retains, and the costs associated with e-discovery, noting that while typical e-discovery cost containment efforts focus on the process, effective data governance can reduce the […]
Legal Orgs Plan to Invest More in Data Analytics: Study Law Technology News reports on the results of a recent Huron Consulting Group Study, which reflects 68% of respondents as reporting that their organization’s investment in legal data analytics will increase in the next two years, with 64% stating that data analytics is currently being […]
Advantor Systems Corp. v. DRS Technical Services, Inc., Plaintiff’s Suspicions Not Enough to Infer Evidence Spoliation, Sanctions Denied.
Advantor Systems Corp. v. DRS Technical Services, Inc., Plaintiff’s Suspicions Not Enough to Infer Evidence Spoliation, Sanctions Denied. In this breach of contract case involving the disclosure of proprietary information, Plaintiff, Advantor Systems Corporation (“Advantor”) filed a motion for sanctions against the Defendant, DRS Technical Services, Inc. (“DRS”), for intentional bad faith spoliation of evidence. […]
E-Discovery Update: “Discovery on Discovery” In this JD Supra article, Jill Crawley Griset and Chelli Robinson of McGuire Woods LLP, address the trend for plaintiffs to seek “discovery on discovery.” The authors note that the courts have typically refused these requests without evidence of spoliation. Pointing out that the “key” to permissible discovery is relevancy, […]