October 26, 2016

New Court Decision Refuses to Require the Use of Technology-Assisted Review

The rise of technology-assisted review (TAR) in eDiscovery has raised questions about whether courts should require responding parties to use TAR to identify responsive documents. Studies repeatedly confirm that TAR has the potential to expedite and
October 19, 2016

Court Sanctions Safeway, Spotlights the Importance of Conducting a Reasonable Search

In the world of eDiscovery, there is considerable debate over what constitutes a reasonable search for relevant electronic data. On the one hand, parties generally
October 10, 2016

The Difficulty in Getting Courts to Follow Rules Changes: “This Time was Supposed to be Different”

It has been nearly a year since the most recent eDiscovery amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were enacted. Since that time
September 29, 2016

3 Tips to Negotiating TAR Protocols in e-Discovery

Rarely does anything come easily in e-discovery and negotiating a protocol regarding the use of technology-assisted review (TAR) with a litigation adversary is no exception. There are any number of tricks and traps associated with
September 27, 2016

Lessons Learned in Data Privacy Compliance from Pokemon Go

With increasing amounts of children becoming mobile, developing age-targeted websites and apps can be a lucrative endeavor. According to a report from Common Sense Media , 24% of children age 8 to 12 have
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