Monthly Archives: February 2012

Federal Court Incentivizes Narrow e-Discovery Through Cost Shifting

            A case does not have to involve complex commercial litigation or technical patent disputes to create serious electronic discovery problems. An excellent example of just how messy e-Discovery can get, even with age-old claims, is found in Cannata, et al.

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All’s “Well” for Halliburton: No Sanctions Result from BP’s Spoliation Claims

United States District Judge Carl Barbier recently affirmed Magistrate Judge Sally Shushan’s denial of BP’s motion for spoliation sanctions against Halliburton Energy Services, Inc. BP alleged that Halliburton “intentionally destroyed evidence” and “violated the Court’s orders regarding the production of documents.” For

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Posted in Adverse, Articles, attorneys', cooperation, faith, fees, Sanctions, spoliation

Southern District of New York Poised To Address Predictive Coding

  On February 8, 2012, Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck heard arguments in Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe, No. 11-CV-1279 (S.D.N.Y.) addressing the use of predictive coding as an alternative to an eyes-on review of millions of documents. To utilize

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Posted in Articles, coding, Moore, predictive, protocol, review, Silva
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