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Klipsch Group v. ePRO E-Commerce, Schmalz v. Village of Riverside, and In Re Broiler Chickens reinforce the distinction between sanctions based on “intent to deprive” and gross negligence, as well as defining what a reasonable technology-assisted review (TAR) process should look like. These three cases from early 2018 stand above many others for the impact they will have on both sanctions and e-discovery review processes moving forward.
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.