“Good Faith and Honest Cooperation” Judicial Perspectives on Improving E-Discovery Activities

We’ve heard that judges are still critical of attorneys’ e-discovery competence. This white paper shows how they propose to improve it.

“Good Faith and Honest Cooperation” Judicial Perspectives on Improving E-Discovery Activities

We’ve seen that judges are critical of attorneys’ e-discovery proficiency—but how do they believe attorneys can achieve better outcomes?

This white paper analyzes the responses of 30 sitting and recently retired judges to get their perspectives on six ways e-discovery practitioners can improve their activities and outcomes. In addition to analysis of the survey data, you’ll also find qualitative commentary including direct quotes from the judges’ responses and analysis from 8 sitting and recently retired federal judges.

In this white paper, you will find the judges’ recommendations on:

  • How attorneys can make better use of the 2015 FRCP amendments
  • Beneficial changes attorneys can make in their mindset and e-discovery processes
  • Insight into how judges view new technology—both ESI sources and e-discovery tools

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