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A federal judge for the Southern District of California rang in the month of February by ordering plaintiffs in a patent related case to pay a whopping $12 million in attorney fees. The award included more than $2.8 million in “computer assisted” ...
Blog Entry by Matthew Nelson | 14 Feb 2013 | 4 comments
You have heard this one before. Changes to the Federal Rules are in the works that could alleviate the eDiscovery burdens of organizations. Greeting this news with skepticism would probably be justified. After all, many feel that the last set ...
Blog Entry by pfavro | 06 Feb 2013 | 3 comments
The following is my Q&A with Laura Zubulake, Author of Zubulake’s e-Discovery: The Untold Story of my Quest for Justice . Q: Given your case began in 2003, and the state of information governance today, do you believe that adoption ...
Blog Entry by AlliWalt | 04 Feb 2013 | 2 comments
In a recent Inside Counsel article , we explored the eDiscovery climate in China and some of the most important differences between the Chinese and U.S. legal systems. There is an increased interest in China and the legal considerations ...
Blog Entry by AlliWalt | 08 Jan 2013 | 1 comment
Long time readers of the eDiscovery 2.0 blog know we like to take advantage of every opportunity we have to discuss Charlie Sheen and eDiscovery .  While Charlie Sheen’s antics may have died down, the evolution and discussion of e-Discovery ...
Blog Entry by SeanRegan | 07 Dec 2012 | 2 comments
Query your average litigation attorney about the difference between predictive coding technology and other more traditional litigation tools and you are likely to receive a wide range of responses. The fact that “predictive coding” goes by many ...
Blog Entry by Matthew Nelson | 05 Dec 2012 | 6 comments
Can you tell us a little about your practice and your interest in predictive coding? After a prior career as a clinical psychologist, I joined Wachtell Lipton as a litigator in 1999, and in 2007, when I was promoted to counsel, my practice ...
Blog Entry by Matthew Nelson | 13 Nov 2012 | 3 comments
The eDiscovery world is atwitter with two new developments – one is Judge Laster’s opinion in the  EORHB case where he required both parties to use predictive coding. The other is the new EDBP model , created by Ralph Losey (and team) ...
Blog Entry by Dean Gonsowski | 06 Nov 2012 | 0 comments
Gartner recently released a report that spotlights the importance of using email archiving as part of an organization’s defensible deletion strategy . The report – Best Practices for Using Email Archiving to Eliminate PST and Mailbox Quota ...
Blog Entry by pfavro | 01 Nov 2012 | 1 comment
Ralph Losey, an attorney for Jackson Lewis, reported last week that a Delaware judge took matters into his own hands by proactively requiring both parties to show cause as to why they should not use predictive coding technology to manage ...
Blog Entry by Matthew Nelson | 29 Oct 2012 | 3 comments