27 Aug 2012

‘Kleen’ Plaintiffs Withdraw Demand for Predictive Coding and Other E-Discovery News of the Week

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Law Technology News: LTN’s technology editor Sean Doherty reports that the plaintiffs in Kleen Products v. Packaging Corp. of America have withdrawn their demand that defendants apply a predictive coding strategy to document review here.

Bow Tie Law’s Blog: Attorney and e-discovery thought leader Joshua Gilliland recaps Coquina Invs.v. Rothstein and explains how it highlights he importance of e-discovery project management here.

eLessons Learned: Seton Hall law student Austin O’Malley examines a recent case where the court required a party to inform its adversary of availability of discovery documents in electronic form here.

eDiscovery Journal: eDJ analyst Barry Murphy explains why social media presents a huge, albeit risky, opportunity for businesses here.

eDiscovery Daily: Doug Austin, of Cloud Nine Discovery, looks at a new case that challenges the Pension Committee precedent that all litigation holds must be in writing here.

Inside Counsel: Attorneys from Reed Smith LLP provide five considerations for ethical preservation in e-discovery here.

 

 

 

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