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Beware of Too General Production Agreements in E-discovery

08/9/2013
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Many attorneys approach handling electronic discovery in exactly the same way they have handled paper discovery in the past. The Rules of Civil Procedure in Florida apply the same to paper and digital as far as discoverability and other issues, the mechanics of production have changed and lawyers must pay […]

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Electronic Discovery — Myths, Fables and Folklore

12/18/2012
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Next in our Electronically Stored Information (ESI) series I had planned to discuss the collection, review and culling of ESI. I changed my mind after reading a few articles and recently decided cases that discussed some crazy myths and fables about ESI and e-discovery. Let’s talk about myths, legends and […]

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Electronically Stored information (ESI) — Search and Identify

12/6/2012
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We have now written about the general environment of e-discovery and some of the rules surrounding e-discovery and electronically stored information (ESI). Now, let’s talk a little about document/data location (search) and collection. First, know that collecting (search) document and data evidence has completely different perspectives depending on whether you […]

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Beginning Electronic Discovery — Considering the Basics

12/4/2012
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When might a legal case involve extensive discovery, including electronic discovery (e-discovery)? Suppose you sue a corporation and want to obtain documents/data (Request to Produce), information from the corporation itself (Interrogatories) and information from employees of the corporation (depositions). What might the subject matter of the lawsuit involve: Breach of […]

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Contingent Fee Arrangements With Government

07/11/2007
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It has been done in Mississippi, Florida, and in New Brunswick, Canada. Governmental bodies have finally realized that if they have a cause of action, involving complex litigation, why pay exorbitant hourly fees? Instead, why not hire plaintiff oriented firms who are skilled in working under contingent fee arrangements? Why […]

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