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Solo v. United Parcel Services: A Conversation About Proportionality

Three leading e-discovery industry thought-leaders recap some of the latest case-law and provide their takeaways.


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Staying up-to-date on case law continues to be the best way to know how to effectively leverage your e-discovery process, as well as see how the courts are defining the now-year-old FRCP amendments that took effect in December 2015. Recently, I spoke with three leading industry thought-leaders to recap some of the latest case-law and to get their takeaways. One case that we focused on was Solo v. United Parcel Services, No. 14-12719 (E.D. Mich., Jan. 10, 2017), and the conversation centered around Rule 26 and proportionality.

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