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WSJ Story Punctuates Big Week for Predictive Coding

Back in January we noted that — ready or not— 2012 will be remembered as the year that predictive coding finally arrived. As we approach midyear, all signs point to that prediction coming true. A

Delaware Provides Default e-Discovery Limits

Continuing a recent trend that has brought e-discovery to the forefront of legal commentary, the Federal District Court for the District of Delaware on December 8 followed the Federal Circuit’s

Chief Judge Rader’s Warning Shot Against Unreasonable Discovery

In his Sept. 27 presentation to the Eastern District of Texas Bench Bar Conference, Federal Circuit Chief Judge Randall Rader presented solutions to the spiraling costs and excessive discovery

More than a slap on the hand…

On May 3, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals issued the rare published decision pertaining to an electronic discovery dispute. Markyl Lee et al v. Max International, LLC is worth a read simply based

Victor Stanley II: Bad Facts Make…Obvious Law

There’s an expression among lawyers that “bad facts make bad law.”  This expression is typically used to describe a judicial opinion in a case with such extreme facts that the judge felt