A recent report by ProPublic casts changes to sanctions rules as a green light to corporate wrongdoing. That's the wrong way to look at them. Learn why here.
The emergence of judicially-sanctioned ESI stipulations could play an important role in the creation of more formal guidance that will ultimately shape the course of discovery in the years to come.
If you're facing objections to obtaining Slack data in discovery and investigations, you're not the only one. But armed with the right data, and an effective brief, those objections can be overcome.
A fight over discovery burdens pits vendor against vendor in a battle over TAR's capabilities and whether it should cost $1.3 million
Advances in technology promise to make it easy to find relevant documents in massive amounts of data. But unsustainable pricing keeps those benefits out of reach, as a recent case shows.
When vendor pricing leads to excessive discovery costs, who bears the burden? A recent case offers an important reminder that, far too often, excessive discovery costs can stand in the way of justice.
In the world of eDiscovery, spoliation is serious business. For destroying evidence intentionally (or in some cases, negligently), litigants and attorneys can face stiff sanctions, ranging from…
Earlier this year, the Supreme Court ruled in a copyright infringement case that e-discovery expenses can’t be recovered by prevailing parties according to the federal statute that allows costs to be…