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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United States v. Univ. Nebraska at Kearney, District Court Denies Government Request for ESI Production Finding It “Not the Best or Most Economical Method” of Discovering the Information Sought

United States v. Univ. Nebraska at Kearney, District Court Denies Government Request for ESI Production Finding It “Not the Best or Most Economical Method” of Discovering the Information Sought. In this district court case, the judge denied the United States’ request for the production of ESI, finding that it was “neither the only nor the […]

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Lola v. Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom, NY District Court Finds that Contract Attorney Doing Routine Document Review at Direction of Law Firm is a Professional Providing Legal Services and Exempt from FLSA Overtime Provision.

Lola v. Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom, NY District Court Finds that Contract Attorney Doing Routine Document Review at Direction of Law Firm is a Professional Providing Legal Services and Exempt from FLSA Overtime Provision. Applying North Carolina’s definition of “legal services,” the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York […]

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Bridgestone Americas, Inc. v. Int. Bus. Machs. Corp., Midstream Switch to Predictive Coding Approved

Bridgestone Americas, Inc. v. Int. Bus. Machs. Corp., Midstream Switch to Predictive Coding Approved In this case, Bridgestone Americas sued defendant IBM for more than $600 million in actual and punitive damages over a companywide computer system that allegedly had a devastating effect on Bridgestone’s business operations, throwing them into “chaos.” After the initial review […]

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