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Supreme Court May Weigh in on Recovery of E-Discovery Costs and More News of the Week

Created on July 16, 2012

E-Discovery Law Alert: Gibbons' attorney Mark Sidoti examines the important Race Tires case and explains  that Hoosier Racing is seeking high court review of Third Circuit's slashing of e-discovery cost award here.

E-Discovery Bytes: Quarles & Brady partner William Hamilton reviews the new amendments to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure that address e-discovery issues here.

e-Discovery Team: E-Discovery attorney Ralph Losey describes days three and four of his legal search project here.

Inside Counsel: Attorneys Aaron Frankel and Mark Baghdassarian from Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel examine the challenges of managing discovery in asymmetrical lawsuits here.

Ball in Your Court: E-Discovery expert Craig Ball looks at issues around social media and e-discovery here.

eDiscovery Journal: eDJ expert Mikki Tomlinson describes the market for legal hold management products here.

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