12 Nov 2012

Judge Carter Denies Motion for Recusal of Judge Peck in Da Silva Moore Case and More E-Discovery News of the Week

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Electronic Discovery Law: K&L Gates bloggers examine Judge Carter’s short and to the point opinion denying the motion for recusal of Judge Peck in the Da Silva Moore case here.

Ball in Your Court: Attorney and e-discovery expert Craig Ball addresses the role of patents in e-discovery here.

eDiscovery Journal: eDiscovery Journal contributor Mikki Tomlinson questions why so many attorneys still don’t have a proper legal hold process in place here.

Main Justice: Editor Mary Jacoby interviews attorney Adam Cohen about developments in e-discovery cost-shifting here.

The e-Disclosure Information Project: E-Discovery expert Chris Dale previews a few e-discovery related events he’s participating in throughout the world in the coming month here.

Inside Counsel: Attorneys John Cowling and Daniel Nelson explore how e-discovery is impacting issues around attorney ethics and competence here.

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