Category Archives: E-discovery

31 May

Social Media E-Discovery: How To Request And Respond – Courts Have Provided Guidance For Litigators

On May 3, 2017 Executive Managing Partner Daniel Garrie published “Social Media E-Discovery: How To Request And Respond – Courts Have Provided Guidance For Litigators” in Metropolitan Corporate Counsel’s In-House Ops blog. Seeking information from social media accounts is becoming commonplace in litigation. Obtaining social media discovery, however, can pose significant challenges, as this information

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11 Jan

“The Neutral Corner: Recapturing the Benefits of Predictive Coding by Using an eDiscovery Special Master”

On December 19, 2016, Executive Managing Partner Daniel Garrie published the third article in his column “The Neutral Corner” on Thomson Reuters’ Legal Executive Institute blog. The article is titled “The Neutral Corner: Recapturing the Benefits of Predictive Coding by Using an eDiscovery Special Master”. Following a New York federal court’s approval of predictive coding in

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10 Oct

“The Neutral Corner: How to Effectively Use a Technical E-Discovery Neutral” publishes in The Legal Executive Institute

On October 10th, 2016, Executive Managing Partner Daniel Garrie published the second article in his column “The Neutral Corner” on Thomson Reuters’ Legal Executive Institute blog. The article is titled “How to Effectively Use a Technical E-Discovery Neutral”. The 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure put a greater responsibility on the parties

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07 Sep

Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law, Vol. 7(3)

E-Discovery Dispute Resolution Book Review Jigang Kiu, Editor Metropolitan State University Garrie, D.B., & Griver, Y.M., Eds. (2012). Dispute Resolution and e-Discovery. Thompson Reuters Westlaw, 570 pages, ISBN-13: 9780314604484, US$149.00. Reviewed by Milton Luoma, JD, (Milt.Luoma@metrostate.edu) As it apparent from is title, this book tackles two very current and difficult legal issues – electronic discovery

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05 May

Electronic Discovery and the Challenge Posed by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act

  In 2002, the United States Congress passed the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, a complex set of provisions that imposes additional federal requirements on all publicly traded corporations. Sarbanes-Oxley influences the business operations of public corporations because its provisions mandate changes pertaining to financial document storage and the financial transparency of public companies. Furthermore, these changes impact current

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02 Sep

To Amend or Not to Amend-That is the Question: Proposed Amendments to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26 (Post 5 of 5)

As new technologies emerge and difficulties in the discovery process of electronically stored information rise, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure fails to provide an effective solution. This blog series discusses the proposed amendments to the rules of discovery and analyzes whether these amendments will be effective. Proposed Amendment to Rule 37(e) Rule 37 deals

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26 Aug

To Amend or Not to Amend-That is the Question: Proposed Amendments to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26 (Post 4 of 5)

As new technologies emerge and difficulties in the discovery process of electronically stored information rise, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure fails to provide an effective solution. This blog series discusses the proposed amendments to the rules of discovery and analyzes whether these amendments will be effective. Proposed Amendment to Rule 26(f)(3)(D) The proposed amendment

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19 Aug

To Amend or Not to Amend-That is the Question: Proposed Amendments to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26 (Post 3 of 5)

As new technologies emerge and difficulties in the discovery process of electronically stored information rise, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure fails to provide an effective solution. This blog series discusses the proposed amendments to the rules of discovery and analyzes whether these amendments will be effective. Proposed Amendment to Rule 26(f)(3)(C) Rule 26 deals

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12 Aug

To Amend or Not to Amend-That is the Question: Proposed Amendments to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26 (Post 2 of 5)

As new technologies emerge and difficulties in the discovery process of electronically stored information rise, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure fails to provide an effective solution. This blog series discusses the proposed amendments to the rules of discovery and analyzes whether these amendments will be effective. Proposed Amendment to Rule 26(b)(1) Rule26 of the

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