Award-Winning eDiscovery Blog
Electronic Discovery Blog and writings by DiscoverReady and contributing authors. Recognized for
'best content/writing' by the American Business Awards.
by Maureen O'NeillJuly 10, 2014
As covered here in the DiscoverReady blog, a number of proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are in the works. As I mentioned in my last post on the amendments, the Civil Rules Advisory Committee unanimously approved the latest round of revisions and passed them on for consideration to the Judicial Conference’s Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure (the “Standing Committee”).
by Maureen O'NeillJune 11, 2014
Predictive coding reigned as the hot topic of conversation in legal technology circles over the last few years, but its preeminence soon may be over. Information governance now features prominently in the commentary of thought-leading lawyers and legal technologists. But what exactly is information governance? And what are the implications for e-discovery?
by Maureen O'NeillMay 29, 2014
Over the last couple years, a number of proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure have been working their way through the rulemaking process. In two prior posts here, we explained these potential revisions, which were drafted by subcommittees of the Advisory Committee on Civil Rules, including the Duke Conference Subcommittee and the Discovery Subcommittee.
by Maureen O'NeillMay 5, 2014
As Microsoft continues to nudge clients toward cloud-based enterprise solutions, it can now celebrate a key stamp of approval from Europe. Microsoft’s enterprise cloud contracts meet the high standards of the European privacy law concerning cloud privacy.
by Maureen O'NeillApril 11, 2014
In two prior blog posts, Maureen examined a number of proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure developed by the Duke Conference Subcommittee and the Discovery Subcommittee of the Advisory Committee on Civil Rules. Now, those amendments appear to be changing — thanks to more than 2,000 written comments submitted. In response to this substantial input, both subcommittees have recommended major changes to the proposed amendments of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.