Topic: Electronically Stored Information (ESI)

“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

Not So Fast: The Sixth Circuit Rejects Race Tires, and Adopts a More Liberal Approach to Taxing E-Discovery Costs to the Losing Party

Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 54(d)(1) - E-Discovery CostsFederal Rule of Civil Procedure 54(d)(1) provides that costs incurred by the prevailing party may be taxed against the losing party. In

E-Discovery and the Internet of Things

It’s rare to read a legal publication these days – or even a mainstream newspaper or magazine – without coming across a story about the “Internet of Things,” or IOT. The IOT refers to the

Boo! Scary E-Discovery Stories

Since it’s Halloween, I thought I might tell some ghost stories. . . Some truly spooky e-discovery tales! Here are few of the scariest stories I know: It’s 3 pm on the Wednesday afternoon before

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