30 Jul 2012

Samsung Hit with Significant Sanctions and More E-Discovery News of the Week

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eDiscovery Journal: eDJ contributor Mikki Tomlinson analyzes the recent adverse inference order levied against Samsung for failing to preserve responsive ESI here.

New York Law Journal: Reporter Mark Hamblett examines Judge Shira Scheindlin’s recent ruling addressing ESI search strategies here.

e-Discovery Team: E-Discovery attorney Ralph Losey posts his fifth in a series of narrative descriptions of  a search project involving Enron emails here.

Electronic Discovery Law: K&L Gates bloggers share the latest on the much-discussed Da Silva Moore case here.

Law Technology News: Monica Bay interviews Laura Zubulake about her new book which describes Zubulake’s iconic 2006 case against UBS Warburg, which helped to put e-discovery on the map here.

The eDiscovery Paradigm Shift: Anayst Charles Skamser comments on DCIG’s new 2012 Early Case Assessment Buyers Guide, of which he was the lead analyst here.

 

 

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