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    Posted on February 26th, 2014 by

    Would the Proposed Amendment Harm Plaintiff eDiscovery? As of February 18, 2014, the public comments to the proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are now closed (extended from the original deadline of the 15th). One particularity controversial proposed amendment is regarding Rule 37(e). Plaintiff trial attorneys and in-house corporate defense counsel are currently …

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    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 …

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    Posted on August 12th, 2013 by

    Social media accounts, typically Facebook, are currently a hot-button issue for plaintiff ESI production in civil litigation. Most courts require a threshold showing that the public account has relevant information that would lead to discoverable evidence before requiring a plaintiff to produce private portions of the account. In an order dated July 19, 2013 in …

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    Posted on July 31st, 2013 by

    State Court Issues Notable Ruling Regarding Electronic Evidence If a defendant readily admits to deleting electronic evidence after a preservation order is in effect, plaintiff trial attorneys could be excused in thinking that a motion for sanctions should be a cut and dry issue. However, issues of spoliation of electronic evidence are not always so …

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    Posted on July 29th, 2013 by

    Proprietary issues in business litigation can sometimes result in disputes regarding confidentially and discovery production. In the state court case Hull, et al. v. WTI, Inc., A13A0003 (Ga.Ct.App. June 18, 2013), the Court of Appeals in Georgia took up an interlocutory appeal regarding sanctions imposed on defendants for the trial court’s finding of discovery abuses. …

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