20 Feb 2012

A Very Presidential Weekly Electronic Discovery News Roundup

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Happy President’s Day and 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 February 20, 2012 edition, and be sure to check back next week.

Early Data Assessment: Setting the standard in e-discovery readiness (Inside Counsel)

Predictive Coding Addressed in Detail at Hearing, Parties Ordered to Submit Draft Protocol (K&L Gates)

Playing Hide-and-Seek: Failure to Preserve Footage and Non-Disclosure of Facebook Information Lead to Adverse Inferences for Both Parties (ELL Blog)

Advice From Counsel Reveals eDiscovery Maturity, Strategy (CMS Wire)

 Top Ten e-Discovery Issues by Judge Andrew Peck and David Lender (E-Discovery Team)

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