4th Annual Federal Judges Survey

Judicial Perspectives on the State of E-Discovery Law and Practice

33 pages of quantitative data and expert analysis of survey responses from 30 judges

Reduce Legal Spend and Improve Defensibility

Critiques and Recommendations on E-Discovery Practice and Outcomes

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  • Where attorneys need to improve their e-discovery skills—and how to do so
  • Which e-discovery practices and tools can yield the biggest returns
  • How judges see the FRCP and FRE shaping the future of e-discovery
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Expert Opinions from E-Discovery Judges

Learn how eight notable sitting and recently retired judges interpret the results

Hon Michelle Childs

Hon. Michelle Childs
US District Judge
District of South Carolina

Hon Joy Conti

Hon. Joy Conti
Chief US District Judge
Western District of Pennsylvania

Hon John Facciola

Hon. John Facciola
US Magistrate Judge
District of Columbia (Ret.)

Hon Ronald Hedges

Hon. Ronald Hedges
US Magistrate Judge
District of New Jersey (Ret.)

Hon Frank Maas

Hon. Frank Mass
Chief Magistrate Judge
Southern District of New York (Ret.)

Hon Andrew Peck

Hon. Andrew Peck
US Magistrate Judge
Southern District of New York

Hon Xavier Rodriguez

Hon. Xavier Rodriguez
Federal District Judge
Western District of Texas

Hon David Waxse

Hon. David Waxse
US Magistrate Judge
District of Kansas (Ret.)

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