Posts Tagged "Ethics"

Looking Back at the New Federal Rules: Was It Worth It?

Looking Back at the New Federal Rules: Was It Worth It?

With an old Judge, old lawyer and old technologist, we explore the utility of the new rules and whether this panel believes many years of work pushing the amendments through will make a difference on the practice of eDiscovery. It’s an interesting question and one which this panel dives into.

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Judicial Perspective on Changes to Rule 37e on Sanctions

Judicial Perspective on Changes to Rule 37e on Sanctions

The new Rule 37(e) which recently went into effect on failure to preserve and spoliation is thoroughly discussed by two well-known Judges, the Hon. Paul Grimm and the Hon. John Facciola.

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Data Privacy and Security

Data Privacy and Security

Listen to James Daley, a partner at Daley & Fey, talk about data privacy and security. Jim is a pioneer in the field of e-discovery and data privacy issues and speaks all over the world on issues related to e-discovery. This is a timely podcast given all of the recent news concerning data privacy and breaches.

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Top 10 eDiscovery Cases of 2013 with Ron Hedges

Top 10 eDiscovery Cases of 2013 with Ron Hedges

Former New Jersey Magistrate Judge and E-Discovery Expert Ron Hedges as well as attorney Patricia Antezana discuss 2013’s Top 10 eDiscovery cases.

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Using Contracts to Manage E-Discovery Risks

Using Contracts to Manage E-Discovery Risks

Hear the arguments for using contracts to limit risks in eDiscovery and commercial litigation. This excellent idea hasn’t received enough publicity in the electronic discovery industry.

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Over Processing of ESI and The Microsoft Letter – Part 1

Over Processing of ESI and The Microsoft Letter – Part 1

On today’s show, we do part 1 of a 2 part series on the problems of over collection and the challenges this presents to corporations. We’ll discuss the incredible analysis that Microsoft put together in preparation for a meeting in Dallas for the Rules Subcommittee to discuss detailed metrics on why the Federal Rules on E-Discovery need more guidance on the obligations companies should adhere to in order to make them proportionate to the case at hand.

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eDiscovery Journal Predictive Coding Survey

eDiscovery Journal Predictive Coding Survey

Learn about a new survey from the eDiscovery Journal that seeks to better understand the current state of predictive coding.

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Chelsea Schieneman 2012 E-Discovery Survey of Law Firms and Document Review

Chelsea Schieneman 2012 E-Discovery Survey of Law Firms and Document Review

We’ll discuss the results of an extremely interesting Senior Year student marketing research project at John Carroll University where 218 attorneys were surveyed from around the country on their views regarding document review projects.

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