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Category: Commercial Litigation

E-Discovery — Setting standards, not cover

12/8/2016
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The Sedona Conference has a slogan: “Moving the law forward in a reasoned and just way”. That slogan is exactly the way I have described this impressive organization and what do. The Sedona Conference regularly drafts and disseminates commentary articles on various areas of the law and the practice of litigation. I […]

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Nothing Innocent or Harmless About Redactions In Discovery

08/12/2015
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Redaction can be a wonderful tool. It allows for the removal, or at least obscuring, of legitimately objectionable material within a document without excluding the entire document. Redaction tools might be one of the most abused, misused, and dangerous tools delivered to lawyers in sometime. Every corporate defendant in most […]

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Contracts 101: Read Twice, Sign Once

03/11/2015
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Fast and loose; quick and dirty; speedy and greedy are three ways to describe businessmen and women who enter into contracts without reading the fine print. As soon as an executive signs his or her name to an endlessly long legal document, the deal is sealed. The better words to […]

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Trust But Verify — What E-discovery should be

03/5/2015
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If you ask an opposing party about the details of their document collection; the custodians interviewed; the keywords searched; or the culling approaches used; you are likely to get one response, a quickly erected brick wall. In Cooperation and Litigation: Thoughts on the American Experience (2013), Richard Marcus writes: “I […]

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