Tagged with: electronically stored information

Subscribe

Recent Posts

May 25th, 2018

Georgia Supreme Court Clarifies “Reasonably Foreseeable” Test for Duty to Preserve Evidence

May 23rd, 2018

Court Determines Timeliness of Defendant’s Spoliation Sanctions Motion

May 21st, 2018

Court in Pharmaceuticals Products Liability Case Grants in Part Plaintiff’s Motion to Compel Based on Relevancy

  • Categories

  • ILS Newsletters

    • Latest Trends and eDiscovery Case Law Newsletters
    • FRCP

    • Latest Trends and eDiscovery Case Law

    • Strategic eCertainty

    Posted on November 25th, 2013 by

    If a CD disk is produced with electronic data in native format but counsel cannot open it on a laptop, does it fail to meet the requirements of electronically stored information in Federal Rule 26? That was the question in the Order on Duces Tecum Production dated November 12, 2013 in Benado v. Thyssenkrupp Logistics, …

    No Comments
    • eDiscovery

    • Electronic Discovery

    • Latest Trends and eDiscovery Case Law

    • Litigation Holds

    Posted on October 2nd, 2013 by

    In the case Oleksy v. General Electric Co., No. 06 C 1245 (N.D. Ill. July 31, 2013), an eDiscovery and spoliation dispute arose. In the beginning of the litigation, defendant GE claimed to have issued a litigation hold regarding electronically stored information (ESI), and began producing documents to plaintiff. However, GE’s counsel claimed that one …

    1 Comment
    • eDiscovery

    • Electronic Discovery

    Posted on September 25th, 2013 by

    In the background to the case Kroll Ontrack, Inc. v. Devon IT v. Mitts Law, LLC, Civil No. 13-302(DWF/JJG)(D. Minn. July 26, 2013), Devon IT hired Mitts Law (“Mitts”, formerly Mitts Milavec) as legal counsel to file a case against IBM in Pennsylvania. Devon alleged Mitts had represented the worth of the lawsuit to be …

    No Comments
    • eDiscovery

    • Electronic Discovery

    • Forensics

    • Latest Trends and eDiscovery Case Law

    Posted on August 21st, 2013 by

    Expert computer forensics has received a lot of attention in civil litigation lately, as parties are realizing that deleting files may not be as permanent as they otherwise thought. In an interim memorandum and order dated August 5, 2013 in the case Net-Com Services, Inc. v. Eupen Cable USA, No. CV 11-2553 JGB(SSx)(C.D.Cal. 2013), plaintiff …

    No Comments
    • eDiscovery

    • Electronic Discovery

    • Foreign Document Translation

    • Issue Coding

    • Latest Trends and eDiscovery Case Law

    • Predictive Coding

    Posted on April 24th, 2013 by

    As email threads are now critical evidence in most civil litigation, it should be no surprise that email might be the key to determining whether massive fraud is at play in a very interesting case out of the Southern District of New York. Chevron Corp. v. Steven Donzinger, et al., No. 11 Civ. 0691 (LAK)(S.D.N.Y. …

    No Comments