Cooperation, E-Discovery, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) 0 July 31, 2017 134 Aaron Taylor

While reading the numerous blogs and articles emphasizing increased efforts to have attorneys be more cooperative in their “meet and confers” and ongoing conferences, I happened to recall some legal work of Louis Brandeis before he ascended to the US Supreme Court.  Not that I’m a legal scholar, but I enjoy reading of the works of […]

Cross Border, E-Discovery, Email, Privacy 0 February 21, 2017 218 Aaron Taylor

Ricci Dipshan at Legaltech News recently posted a fine article regarding what may be described as cross-border subpoenas for discovery of electronic information, specifically emails.  The two court decisions are by now pretty familiar to those in the E-Discovery and legal industries:  the Microsoft discovery case in Ireland addressed by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, and […]

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