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Analysis of the 2011 TREK Legal Track and More E-Discovery News of the Week

Created on September 17, 2012

E-Discovery Team: E-Discovery attorney Ralph Losey analyzes the official report on the 2011 TREC Legal Track here.

E-Discovery Law Alert: Gibbons attorney Paul E. Asfendis examines a New York pilot program to utilize a new Electronic Discovery Order (“EDO”) form here.

ESG: Analyst Katey Wood looks at trends from the 2012 ILTA conference here.

eLessons Learned: Suzanne Janusz discusses a case where the court found that a party’s inadvertent or accidental destruction of documents or other information is insufficient for a finding of spoliation here.

Inside Counsel: Attorneys Joseph Fogel and Todd Ohlms from Freeborn & Peters offer five preservation questions for transactional attorneys to consider here.

eDiscovery Times: Charles Skamser, CEO and Senior Analyst at eDiscovery Solutions Group, offers customer centric sales and marketing strategies required to successfully sell e-discovery into the enterprise here.

 

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