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Posted on August 19th, 2011 by

By:  Douglas E. Forrest, Esq. A Cyborg is part human/part machine; in practice, we’re talking about an organism that has enhanced abilities due to technology, not the Terminator. While the term is generally applied to humans with technology that is physically attached, such as prosthetic devices, I’m going to stretch a bit here and use …

Posted on August 4th, 2011 by

By: Susan Stewart Rich, B.A, J.D I. Introduction If you are the “David” up against a “Goliath” in a legal dispute, you are not defenseless against your corporate employer, a multi-billion dollar car company defendant or a zealous prosecutor when it comes to the discovery process. Many well-intentioned fiduciaries, including sophisticated lawyers and corporate moguls, …

Posted on May 20th, 2011 by

By: Susan Stewart Rich, B.A, J.D Prior to law school, I had been working with lawyers for over ten years.  I found them to be a unique group of professionals who passionately immerse themselves in their work.  I have been privileged to work with many attorneys who represent their clients with a high degree of …

Posted on April 11th, 2011 by

Like children with their noses pressed against a bake shop window, parties with large eDiscovery collections requiring pre-production review can often, for a host of reasons,  only gaze longingly at the tempting  new technology-based tools and techniques that can  slash eDiscovery time and costs by staggering amounts. No such constraints need impede those plaintiff adversaries …

Posted on January 24th, 2011 by

By Diane Barry The dangers of mixed use servers.  In In re Fontainbleu Las Vegas Contract Litigation the matter concerned financing the construction of the Fontainebleau Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.  The immediate dispute was over production of ESI : the Fontainebleau moved the court for an extension of the production deadline.  Fontainebleau claimed …