Comprehensive Addiction Treatment Center, Inc. v. Les/ea, Court Awards Defendant $57,873.61 for E-Discovery Vendor Costs Incurred in Responding to ESI Discovery Requests

Comprehensive Addiction Treatment Center, Inc. v. Les/ea, Court Awards Defendant $57,873.61 for E-Discovery Vendor Costs Incurred in Responding to ESI Discovery Requests After prevailing on summary judgment, the Clerk of the Court awarded the Defendants $57,873.61 of taxable costs. The Plaintiffs filed a Motion seeking a review of the Clerk’s determination regarding the $55,649.98 of […]

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Parsi v. Daioleslam, Circuit Court Affirms Sanctions as the “Wages of Appellants’ Dilatory, Dishonest, and Intransigent Conduct” During Discovery

Parsi v. Daioleslam, Circuit Court Affirms Sanctions as the “Wages of Appellants’ Dilatory, Dishonest, and Intransigent Conduct” During Discovery The Appellants in this case, the National Iranian American Council (“NIAC”) and its cofounder, Trita Parsi, appealed the imposition of discovery sanctions by the District Court. In the underlying case, NIAC alleged that the Defendant, Seid […]

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General Counsel, Law Firms Need to Get On Top of E-Discovery Trends

General Counsel, Law Firms Need to Get On Top of E-Discovery Trends In this Law Technology News article, Ed Silverstein writes about the importance of the General Counsel at both law firms and companies becoming more aware of e-discovery trends to ensure that they are entering into the correct partnerships and utilizing the right technology. […]

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Cut the Crap: Cooperate Under Rule 26 or Look Like a Fool

Cut the Crap: Cooperate Under Rule 26 or Look Like a Fool In this article appearing in JD Supra Business Advisor, Jason Bonk of Cozen O’Connor highlights a recent decision in in Armstrong Pump, Inc. v. Hartman, 2014 WL 6908867, No. 10-cv-446S (W.D.N.Y. Dec. 9, 2014) suggesting that it serves as a valuable lesson to […]

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