13 Aug 2012

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Adopts E-Discovery Amendments and More News of the Week

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E-Discovery Law Alert: Stephen J. Finley, a member of the Gibbons E-Discovery Task Force, reports on Pennsylvania adopting amendments to its Rules of Civil Procedure addressing e-discovery here.

e-Discovery Team: E-Discovery attorney Ralph Losey posts the seventh in his series of narrative descriptions of a predictive coding search of 699,082 Enron emails here.

Inside Counsel: Attorneys David Cohen and Claire Covington look at two e-discovery pilot programs and how they demonstrate the advantages of dedicated e-discovery experts here.

eDiscovery Journal: eDJ contributor Amber Scorah interviews attorney Chad P. Brouillard from Foster & Eldridge, LLP about achieving a balance between e-discovery mandates and health provider-specific privacy obligations here.

Law Technology News: Attorneys H. Christopher Boehning and Daniel J. Toal examine the effectiveness of meet-and-confer conferences for forestalling e-discovery disputes here.

Electronic Discovery Law: K&L Gates bloggers break down a recent e-discovery case where the court rejected the notion that a failure to institute a ‘litigation hold’ constitutes gross negligence per se here.

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