A guide to assist legal professionals with mobile device data preservation and answers the question “How do I know what’s out there and what do I do to preserve it?”
This article describes the proposed amendment that is aimed at increased cooperation among litigants and their counsel.
Several proposed amendments seek to promote proportionality by directly amending the scope of discovery, promoting clearer responses to Rule 34, reducing the presumptive limits on the number of depositions and interrogatories, adding a limit to the number of requests for admission, and explicitly recognizing the authority to allocate expenses in discovery.
Have you ever shipped media to another party, placed it in the container or envelope and cross your fingers, hoping it would arrive safely?
Many of the proposed FRCP amendments work towards shortening and making more active the early stages of litigation
Out of the 341 review comments made on the proposed FRCP amendments, 294 reviewers oppose the changes – Series on InsideCounsel.com Part 1 of 6
Who has that burden to preserve? It’s one thing to send out a litigation hold notice and instruct users to preserve relevant data, but another to ensure that happens…
“The 2006 amendments never addressed the real problems inherent in the system. Jablonski said. The committee made incremental changes that in some respects are adding to the problem,”
Do we need privilege logs anymore? First, let’s discuss the advantages, disadvantages and best practices when implementing 502 orders and agreements.
This whitepaper will take a closer look at the pros and cons of using contractual agreements to limit certain aspects of eDiscovery.