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August 16th, 2017

Defendant’s Failure to Timely Object to Native Format Production Results in Waiver Ruling

August 14th, 2017

Even Without Ill Intent, Plaintiff’s Failure to Preserve ESI on Cell Phone Still Leads to Sanctions

August 11th, 2017

Court Sanctions Wells Fargo For Failure to Obey an ESI Discovery Order

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    Posted on August 8th, 2017 by International Litigation Services

    Last year, we published a newsletter that provided practitioners a survey of case opinions re how courts adjudicated applications for adverse inference instructions sanctions based upon accusations of ESI/discovery spoliation. Since that newsletter was posted, additional opinions relative to this topic have issued, and so ILS is providing you this update.  Below are summaries of …

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    Posted on May 24th, 2017 by International Litigation Services

    Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 34(b)(2)(E) is all about choice: a party can choose to produce electronically stored information (ESI) in the usual course of business, or it can be organized and labeled to respond to the corresponding discovery requests. A seemingly-simple rule, FRCP 34 is often cited as the source of discovery disputes. A …

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    Posted on May 10th, 2017 by International Litigation Services

    Plan Ahead for Challenges Due to Relevance and Overbreadth The initial list of search terms to be used to cull and produce hot documents from electronically stored information (ESI) is a critical stage of the eDiscovery process. Every case will be unique, and there is no “one size fits all” approach for search terms. However, …

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    Posted on March 14th, 2017 by International Litigation Services

    How important is email communication for nearly every civil litigation? Typically, email is crucial for shedding light on disputed situations. As we have noted before, email is often candid and casual, since people still tend to treat email as a less formal means of communication than a formal business letter. This aspect of email makes …

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    Posted on February 24th, 2017 by International Litigation Services

    Text messages in electronic discovery are more important than ever in almost all civil litigations. Even more so than email, texts tend to be casual and candid in content, and may not be as carefully considered prior to transmission. This quality makes text messages a particularly prime source of potential relevant evidence in many cases …

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