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Court Deems Social Media Communications Fair Game in E-Discovery and Other News of the Week

Created on September 10, 2012


Electronic Discovery Law: K&L Gates bloggers examine a recent case where the court compelled production of social media communications here.

Law Technology News: Attorney Dave Walton examines the many risks associated with bring your own device (BYOD) trend here.

Inside Counsel: Consultant Wayne Wong describes five key components of a successful custodian interview process here.

eLessons Learned: A Seton Hall law student summarizes a recent case where a number of Internet service providers were sued for blocking spam mail here.

E-Discovery Law Alert: Gibbons Associate Andrew MacArthur explains how parties can rectify the unintentional production of privileged documents here.

eDiscovery Times: Analyst Charles Skamser provides the first in a series of articles on selling e-discovery technology into the enterprise here.

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