Aedan Comey

February 10, 2016

Ten Important eDiscovery Decisions to Take With You into 2016

2015 was a big and busy year for eDiscovery decisions. From the expanding relevance of social media and cloud data and the December updates to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) to the recent California eDiscovery Ethics Opinion and the death of Safe Harbor, there is a lot to keep an eye on. Below are 10 cases from 2015 that you need to know in order to stay abreast of the latest developments in the field.
November 17, 2015

Mind the Gap? Bridging the Divide between Legal Education and Practice-Ready Skills

Many new attorneys come out of law school today with very little knowledge of e-Discovery other than the fact that ESI exists and is discoverable. Only about one-third of ABA accredited law schools today offer a dedicated course in e-Discovery. With the significant percentage that document review can take up in the billable hours of new associates and the potential for these newer lawyers to bring a more technologically savvy perspective to their firms, law schools and other actors in the legal education market can make a few changes to educate the next generation of attorneys in the practical skills and knowledge they’ll need on the job.