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Perhaps the most often cited e-discovery document — from the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure amendments to cases from New York to California — is “The Sedona Principles,” a wide-ranging publication from the group of e-discovery experts at The Sedona Conference. The document ranges from entry-level topics (“What is electronic discovery?”) to the specific (reasonable and good faith efforts for the obligation to preserve electronically stored information).
By Ari Kaplan
The most popular justification for avoiding business-development activities is a lack of time. There are, however, a number of strategies that will allow you to execute and produce results in minutes — or even seconds.
By Nishad Shevde
E-discovery, as an industry, is once again at an inflection point. What are the big trends that are exerting pressure on e-discovery teams today — and more importantly, what will an effective e-discovery team look like in the coming years?
By Nina Cunningham
A review of upcoming programs and events that bring together many of the most active professionals in the field and its various branches.
By Michael Ciaramitaro and Sarah Brown
Losing a key employee is never easy — they often take with them institutional knowledge, great internal and external relationships, and critical skill sets. There is also a risk that they’ll take some information or data with them when they go, either inadvertently or on purpose.