BYOD, E-Discovery 0 October 31, 2016 172 Aaron Taylor

I wonder how many companies or firms are still pondering their first BYOD policy.  One would almost assume that this decision is one whose time has past, that just about everyone would have addressed how they are going to live with employee use of their own devices.  But, for those who haven’t, the bad news […]

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Proportionality and Production 0 October 28, 2016 153 Aaron Taylor

There is probably little objection to the statement that conflicts in discovery processes and production between opposing counsel cause serious headaches for all involved…attorneys, clients and courts all can be frustrated by the time and effort consumed with disagreement on what or how much data should be produced, by whom, when and how.  Arguments ensue […]

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Legal Hold, Sanctions 0 October 26, 2016 158 Aaron Taylor

Legal holds (litigation holds, preservation notices, whatever label you choose) are an integral part of any litigation action, audit or regulatory matter of consequence, and a comprehensive legal hold program should be a “must-have” in corporations and law firms if they expect to develop a truly robust and defensible litigation management program.  But a common […]

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Legal Hold, Sanctions 0 October 24, 2016 163 Aaron Taylor

As everyone involved in E-Discovery should know by now, some pretty fundamental updates in Federal Rules of Civil Procedures (FRCP) became active in December, 2015, most notably in Rule 37 and Rule 26.  Ralph Losey determined this was the “Goldilocks Era” as being “helpful” but not a “godsend”.  And, in fact, there are more changes coming […]

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General Conversation 1 October 21, 2016 347 Aaron Taylor

For those of you who may have checked out my initial blog site at www.legalholdbog.com, thanks for your patience during my update to this site.  I realized I needed to create something more user-friendly and informative that would also provide more design flexibility as well.  And I’m finding out this is a significant challenge, both […]

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