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What Are the Top E-Discovery Cases of 2019 (So Far)?

Created on June 7, 2019


E-Discovery Market Analyst at Exterro

Exterro's E-Discovery Case Law Project provides you with all the latest in e-discovery case law, so you can do your job as an e-discovery professional more effectively, in compliance with the expectations of both the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the rulings from the bench that further explain the nuances of things like:

  • Defensible legal hold processes
  • Appropriate specificity in both motions and objections
  • The application of proportionality in preservation

With quarterly white papers and an extensive case law library with new installments every two weeks, there are plenty of ways for you to stay up to date with the bench's expectations. But nonetheless, time can sneak past quickly. After all, it's hard to believe it but we're almost half way through 2019 already!

With that in mind, we're excited to announce our mid-year 2019 case law review webcast, happening on June 18, 2019, at 1:00 pm ET/10:00 am PT. 

Featuring the expert opinions of David Cohen, Partner and Chair of the E-Discovery Group at ReedSmith, and Hon. William Matthewman, US Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of Florida, this webcast will review in depth three of the most popular and consequential cases of 2019:

Register today to make sure you stay up to date with e-discovery case law!