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Federal court reaffirms approval of technology-assisted document review

USA - March 9 2015 It has been just over three years since Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck issued a seminal electronic discovery decision…

Co-authors: Brendan M. Schulman, Norman C. Simon.

Microsoft appeals decision requiring it to provide e-mail content stored overseas in response to search warrant

USA - June 24 2014 With the proliferation of electronically stored information ("ESI") and the rising expense of storing the massive amounts of content generated…

Co-authors: Dani R. James, Alan R. Friedman, Brendan M. Schulman, Arielle Warshall Katz, Norman C. Simon.

More circuit courts of appeal follow Race Tires’ lead on cost-shifting analysis

USA - February 27 2014 The use of e-discovery vendors has become a significant and established part of the discovery process in many commercial litigations. Attorneys…

Co-authors: Brendan M. Schulman, Norman C. Simon.

Predictive coding and the proportionality principle

USA - February 27 2014 When discovery involves large volumes of electronically stored information (“ESI”), efficient and thorough review within budgetary constraints and…

Co-authors: Brendan M. Schulman, Norman C. Simon.

Internet use at trial: solutions for preventing jury misuse of the internet

USA - February 27 2014 Courts have increasingly grappled with jury misuse of the Internet during court proceedings. In the age of smartphones, jurors are only a swipe of a…

Co-authors: Brendan M. Schulman, Norman C. Simon.

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