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Stipulations for Discovery of ESI: America’s Next Top Model

In federal court—and in most state courts—parties must meet and confer at the beginning of the litigation to discuss various case management issues, and hopefully reach stipulated agreements

Elektronische Beweismittel: ESI Discovery and the Volkswagen Emissions Cheating Scandal

My household owns an Audi A3 “clean diesel” car, which unfortunately turned out to be not-so-clean. So, I’ve been closely watching the news about the Volkswagen emissions testing scandal. (In

Litigating in California? Be Sure You’re Ethically Competent in e-Discovery

Last year the State Bar of California Standing Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct issued two draft opinions answering the question “What are an attorney’s ethical duties in the

“Deflategate” and Text Messages: e-Discovery Lessons

E-Discovery finds itself in the headlines of the mainstream media again. This time, the general public gets a chance to learn about the discoverability of text messages—and the potential

The Internet of Things — Let the Litigation Commence

Last year I posted on our blog about the “Internet of Things,” and explored some ideas about how the IoT could generate new types of litigation and create complex challenges for e-discovery