January 3, 2022
With the New Year upon us, it is worth looking back at some of the top eDiscovery cases and trends from 2021 and exploring the lessons they offer going forward in 2022.
December 2, 2021
Parties are turning to privilege log alternatives like metadata logs, categorical logs, and logs reflecting samples of privileged documents to ameliorate the burdens of preparing document by document logs. As they do so, courts have in turn issued several recent opinions that provide guidance for how parties should handle the development of these logs, particularly categorical logs.
November 11, 2021
Driven, Inc. (“Driven”) and Innovative Discovery, LLC (“ID”) announced today that the two companies have merged, creating an end-to-end provider of services across the information lifecycle, including information governance, eDiscovery, and managed review.
October 28, 2021
Among hot topics in discovery practice, some of the most noteworthy include collaboration tools, privilege logging workflows, and the proliferation of new data sources through the Internet of Things (IoT). With courts having issued few decisions on these topics, three recent cases addressing these issues are particularly significant.
October 14, 2021
Requesting parties routinely serve overly broad requests that are a complete non-starter for determining what information a responding party should realistically expect to produce. Indeed, far too many lawyers on each side of the “v” are abusing the concept, treating proportionality as just another “weapon to wage litigation” rather than using proportionality standards to approach discovery in a more meaningful way.