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Potential Cost Shifting for Document Review and More E-Discovery News of the Week

Created on October 22, 2012

Inside Counsel: Attorney Martin O'Hara analyzes a recent case that considers the cost of reviewing ESI when deciding if cost-shifting is appropriate here.

Electronic Discovery Law: K&L Gates bloggers break down a case involving a legal hold process deemed "clearly unacceptable" by the court here.

Law Technology News: LTN Editor-and-Chief Monica Bay recaps a lively judges panel at the recent E-Discovery Institute Leadership Summit here.

eLessons Learned: Seton Hall law student Kathy Trawinski looks at a case involving a party seeking a spoliation claim after ESI went missing here.

Bow Tie Law's Blog: Attorney Joshua Gilliland presents some of the dangers associated with failing to implement a defensible preservation and collection process here.

E-Discovery Law Alert: Gibbons attorney Jeffry Nagel reminds us that even government entities cannot escape the duty to preserve here.

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