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Fry's Electronics Facing More E-Discovery Sanctions and Other News of the Week

Created on August 20, 2012

eDiscovery Daily: Doug Austin, of Cloud Nine Discovery, reports on new e-discovery sanctions for Fry's Electronics in a sexual harassment case here.

Law Technology News: Consultant Sean Martin examines how IT trends within the business world are changing the way organizations approach electronic discovery here.

Inside Counsel: Wayne Wong, from the Kroll Ontrack ESI Consulting group, explains that an effective e-discovery policy combines technology with human analysis here.

Bow Tie's Law Blog: Attorney Joshua Gilliland posts two video presentations on e-discovery production requirements here.

eDiscovery Journal: eDJ Group analyst Greg Buckles looks at the increasing role of mobile devices in e-discovery here.

E-Discovery Law Alert: Paul A. Saso, from the Gibbons E-Discovery Task Force, reports on a recent ruling in New York where the court upheld a subpoena served on the social networking site Twitter here.

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