Tag Archives: control

01 Jan

Criminal E-Discovery (Part 3 of 5)

Criminal E-Discovery: 21st Century Paperless Trails (Part 3 of 5) January 4, 2012 In this  third post of a five-part series on criminal e-discovery, Daniel Garrie looks at the burdens, benefits, and federal rules surrounding the use of e-discovery in criminal proceedings. E-discovery is rapidly making headway in civil proceedings, but the criminal courts have

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05 Nov

Criminal E-Discovery (Part 1 of 5)

Criminal E-Discovery: 21st Century Paperless Trails (Part 1 of 5) August 28, 2012 In this five-part series on criminal e-discovery, I will look at the burdens, benefits, and federal rules surrounding the use of e-discovery in criminal proceedings. E-discovery is rapidly making headway in civil proceedings, but the criminal courts have not taken to digital

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29 Oct

E-Discovery Cloud Computing (Part 4 of 4)

The Lawyer’s Guide to Cloud Computing August 21, 2012 In the last installment, Daniel Garrie discussed the implications of unsearchable cloud-based data on litigation and the unexpected disappearance of your cloud operator. In this final installment on the cloud, Daniel Garrie will discuss the privilege issues, hidden costs, and data formatting problems that may present

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22 Oct

E-Discovery Cloud Computing (Part 2 of 4)

The Lawyer’s Guide to E-Discovery Cloud Computing August 14, 2012 In my last post, Daniel Garrie began exploring the landscape of cloud computing and several considerations that attorneys should be aware of before putting data in the cloud. In this second post in the series we will look specifically at choosing a data hosting provider,

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30 Jul

E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Patent Litigation (Part 4 of 5)

E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Patent Litigation: Changing The Tune In this fourth post of the five-part series on e-discovery in intellectual property patent litigation , Daniel Garrie analyzes the Federal Circuit’s model order regarding e-discovery in patent cases. [1]  In addition, the series briefly describes the purpose behind the model order, describes its key provisions,

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30 Jul

E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Patent Litigation (Part 1 of 5)

E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Patent Litigation: Changing The Tune In this five-part series on e-discovery in intellectual property patent litigation Daniel Garrie  analyzes the Federal Circuit’s model order regarding e-discovery in patent cases. [1]  In addition, the series briefly describes the purpose behind the model order and describes its key provisions and then analyzes the

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13 Jan

Cloud Computing & Jurisdiction: Part 2: A Primer

Part 2: A Primer Cloud computing, which is relatively new, could lead to some novel problems concerning jurisdiction.  Generally, in civil lawsuits, a company is charged with producing relevant documents that are under its “custody and control.”  This typically means that a company is responsible for producing its documents without regard to where the documents

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13 Jan

Cloud Computing Caveats: Part I: Take Time with the Details

Part I: Take Time with the Details  Switching to a cloud can save money by lowering IT and data center support costs, improving performance and scalability, and reducing storage costs.  However, stakeholders and counsel should be cognizant that cloud computing presents various legal issues around control and custody of data, data preservation and collection, data

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20 Aug

Buying, Is It Cheaper and Safer than Renting?

According to industry analysts, a company with more than 10 legal matters a year should evaluate the acquisition of an electronic discovery solution. Besides the potential financial savings, a company can achieve the peace of mind of controlling their own data.

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