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Legal Tech: Fall 2020’s Most Interesting E-Discovery Cases

In this quarter’s Case Law Review, we’ll take a look at recent rulings that cover the discoverability of ESI on sources other than a computer, whether social media posts offer any degree of privacy, and the importance of proportionality when attempting to compel production during litigation.


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Judges across the country are not in alignment on whether spoliation sanctions can be warranted under the court’s inherent authority — and outside the scope of FRCP 37(e). Regular readers of our quarterly Case Law Review might recall that the court’s use of Inherent Authority was a topic of our Summer review in the September issue; where does FRCP 37(e), which governs negative inference sanctions for lost ESI, come in to play? And is lost electronically stored information (ESI) truly lost if it’s available outside of a physical hard-drive?

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