Monthly Archives: December 2011

Top Ten E-Discovery Lessons For 2011

            As we bid adieu to 2011, the news and entertainment world is a flurry with the year’s greatest hits and most memorable, or un-memorable, moments. In the spirit of the season, and with homage to the great David Letterman, here

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The Importance of Negotiating with Your Adversaries: New Jersey Federal Court Spares Plaintiff a Large-Scale Document Review

  We live in a digital world where smartphones are the norm and email access is seemingly as important as food and water. This increase in usage of email and the amount of electronic data requires companies to develop ways to

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E-Discovery Abuses Result in Permissive Adverse Inference Instruction

At 3:40 on the morning of April 3, 2003, Tamara Greene, an exotic dancer, was shot multiple times and killed while sitting in a car at the intersection of Roselawn and West Outer Drive in Detroit. According to the complaint filed

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Post at Your Own Risk: Pennsylvania Court Permits Discovery of Information on Personal Facebook Profile

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