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Legal Tech: Early 2018 E-Discovery Case Law Review: Sanctions and the Reasonableness of TAR

Cases from early 2018 that stand above many others for the impact they will have on both sanctions and e-discovery review processes moving forward.

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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.

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