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11 Jan

Criminal E-Discovery (Part 5 of 5)

Criminal E-Discovery: 21st Century Paperless Trails (Part 5 of 5) September 25, 2012 In this final installment of criminal e-discovery, Daniel Garrie addresses electronically stored information (ESI) as it relates to Fourth and Fifth Amendment Rights. Corporate entities are creatures of the state and do not enjoy a Fifth Amendment privilege; however, their employees as

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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 1 of 4)

The Lawyer’s Guide to Cloud Computing August 9, 2012 So what is cloud computing? Cloud computing is a general term for the delivery of hosting and other services over the Internet. Instead of storing data locally, the data and data applications are stored remotely, with access to the data provided via the Internet (the “cloud”

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30 Jul

E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Patent Litigation (Part 3 of 5)

E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Patent Litigation: Changing The Tune In this third 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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03 May

E-Discovery in Delaware Federal Court — Part 2 of 3

The default standard does not require that each party to a case designate an e-discovery liaison through which all e-discovery requests are to be made. However, identifying such an individual can certainly aid in providing a smooth e-discovery experience. The individual can be a third-party consultant, an employee of the party, or counsel. The key

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03 May

E-Discovery in Delaware Federal Court — Part 1 of 3

On Dec. 8, 2011, the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware adopted a “Default Standard for Discovery, Including Discovery of Electronically Stored Information (ESI)”[FOOTNOTE 1] that was seven years in the making. The default standard replaces the old ad hoc mixture of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, case law, and local rules

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13 Jan

Cloud Computing: Part 3 of 3: Plus and Negatives Around Cloud Computing

Part 3:  Plus and Negatives Around Cloud Computing It is not a trivial task to migrate systems, data and users to a new system and especially one that exists in the cloud. However, companies that do so successfully achieve visibility into spending on cloud resources and manage the lifecycle for each instance, gain the ability

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12 Aug

Legal and Technology Quake Line of Knowledge

In the realm of electronic discovery, technology teams often confront resource gaps that exacerbate the discovery issues that legal teams are confronting. The right toolset, one that proactively prepares the enterprise for discovery, can benefit both the legal and technology teams on several fronts, so the investment delivers value across the enterprise. One benefit of

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