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The Weekly Electronic Discovery News Roundup

Created on March 12, 2012

Welcome back to E-Discovery Beat′s regular feature: The Weekly Electronic Discovery News Roundup. Continuing the tradition of keeping our readers up to date with the latest in e-discovery news, best practices and case law. Here is the March 12, 2012 edition, and be sure to check back next week.

 

 

N.Y. Appellate Division Continues to Press 'Zubulake' EDD Standard (Law Technology News)

Technology: Predictive coding gets its day in court (Inside Counsel)

Tech Take Aways in Judge Peck’s Da Silva Opinion (eDiscovery Journal)

Perspective on Legal Search and Document Review (e-Discovery Team)

The Importance of People and Process in Electronic Discovery (The e-Discovery Myth)

Court Imposes Sactions for Failure to Conduct Reasonable Inquiry and Late Production (Electronic Discovery Law)

 

 

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