Delaware’s Default Standard For Discovery Including Discovery of Electronically Stored Information (“ESI”)

Delaware Default Standard eDiscovery

Listen to Karl Schieneman, Founder and President of Review Less talk with Vince Catanzaro from Dupont and Kevin Brady from Eckert Seamans on Delaware’s Default Standard For Discovery Including Discovery of Electronically Stored Information (“ESI”). This standard for federal litigation in Delaware was passed on Dec 8, 2011 and the standard is to be used when the parties can’t agree on standards of their own in the meet and confer process.

Delaware has always been known as a corporation-friendly jurisdiction. So, the question is, “do these new default standards for e-discovery advance that reputation or do they just provide certainty to parties which helps to contain costs?” ¬†We delve into the default standards in some detail in this program and we have two excellent guests to talk about these standards because both were involved in the intimate process of creating them.