Topic: Electronic Discovery / E-Discovery

Discovery Costs Pile Up in International Trade Commission Patent Disputes

During the past several years, patent holders increasingly have chosen the International Trade Commission to adjudicate claims against importers of goods that allegedly infringe U.S. patents.  A

Regulators Come Knocking Again in Wake of Libor Scandal

Last September, e-discovery vendors touted the idea of “new” task forces to address mounting litigation and regulatory activity related to mortgage-backed securities. At that time, I wrote about

E-Discovery Drama: Stranger Than Fiction

It reads like a vintage John Grisham page-turner: In Mississippi, high-stakes allegations of skullduggery, bribery and secret meetings cost two seasoned attorneys their jobs and, ultimately, their

E-Discovery Advocacy: What Gets Measured Gets Done

IQPC eDiscovery for Oil and Gas Conference One of the more valuable sessions at IQPC’s recent E-Discovery for Oil & Gas Conference in Houston explored how to promote acceptance of e-discovery

Are You in Good Hands When IP Mayhem Strikes?

Some quick Internet research, along with anecdotal evidence from any law firm or corporate legal department, confirms what DiscoverReady has been saying for a long time — it is growing increasingly