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Court Instructs Parties to Utilize Predictive Coding and Other E-Discovery News of the Week

Created on October 29, 2012

Electronic Discovery Law: K&L Gates bloggers weigh in on a Delaware judge's recent ruling instructing the parties to use predictive coding here.

Inside Counsel: Attorney Alicia Faccone recaps a case where the court used the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Supreme Court precedent to justify cost-shifting here.

e-Discovery Team: E-Discovery attorney Ralph Losey addresses a variety of topics including his new website of e-discovery best practices for attorneys here.

Law Technology News: Michael Spencer, records and discovery manager for DISH Network and Diana Fasching, senior adviser with Redgrave LLP examine the complexities of targeting relevant ESI within large databases here.

eDiscovery Journal: eDiscovery Jornal contributor Karl Schieneman addresses the role of metrics in predictive coding here.

E-Discovery Law Alert: Robert D. Brown Jr., counsel to the Gibbons Products Liability Department and a member of the Gibbons E-Discovery Task Force, looks at Florida's new e-discovery rules here.