Philip Favro

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 22, 2016

Insights on eDiscovery from the 2016 Norton Rose Fulbright Litigation Trends Survey

In the search for insight on key eDiscovery issues, the annual litigation trends survey published by Norton Rose Fulbright is unique in terms of its practical utility. The twelfth edition of this
September 16, 2016

Tips for a Cost Effective eDiscovery Process

It is no mystery that eDiscovery can be expensive. From preservation and collection to processing, hosting, and review, litigants and lawyers have struggled for years with how to address this often unpredictable cost center. Those struggles may very well