Tag Archives: party

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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29 Oct

E-Discovery Cloud Computing (Part 3 of 4)

The Lawyer’s Guide to Cloud Computing  August 16, 2012 In the last blog post, I discussed the importance of research when choosing a data hosting provider, the potential difficulties of implementation, and cloud-computing security. In this post I will explore the implications of unsearchable cloud-based data on litigation and the worst case scenario – the

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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 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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30 Jul

E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Patent Litigation (Part 2 of 5)

E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Patent Litigation: Changing The Tune In this second 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

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03 May

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

SEARCH A very interesting development set out in the default standard is in respect to search methodology. Specifically, the default standard holds that when a producing party uses search terms to find responsive information, it shall disclose such terms to the requesting party. This judicially mandated transparency with keywords presents an interesting question if the

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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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30 Apr

Predictive Coding Endorsed by the Southern District of New York.

Predictive Coding | People Plus Technology Equals Smart Search  April 30, 2012| Law & Forensics Part 1 of 1 Daniel B. Garrie, is the  Senior Managing Partner  at Law & Forensics LLC and works out of the Seattle, Los Angeles, and New York offices. He focuses on e-discovery, digital forensics, cyber security and warfare, data privacy, and predicitive coding working with law firms, governments, companies, and non-profits

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12 Jan

Essential Information Concerning Contracts and Information Security, Part 2 of 3: Fundamentals of NDAs

Part 2 of 3: Fundamentals of NDAs Confidentiality/Non-disclosure agreements (“NDAs”) discuss how and when non-public information can be shared between parties and how and when such information may be disclosed to third parties, if at all. Appropriately drafted NDAs focus on information that is valuable or protected and that is not already publicly available. The information should have commercial value (such as non-obvious

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