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Court Awards $3M Sanction and Adverse Inference for Spoliation in Antitrust Case

USA - July 22 2016 On July 6, 2016, Judge Leonard P. Stark, of the federal district court in Delaware, ordered a $3 million punitive monetary sanction, and an adverse…

Alex Okuliar, Shea Gordon Leitch.

Delaware Chancellery Court sua sponte orders parties to use predictive coding

USA - October 26 2012 On October 15, 2012, Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster of the Delaware Court of Chancellery ordered the parties in EORHB, Inc., et al. v. HOA Holdings, Inc., et al., Case No. 7409-VCL (Del. Ch. Ct. Oct. 15, 2012) to utilize predictive coding technology for their document review and productions or else show cause why the use of predictive coding was not appropriate.

Jeffrey W. McKenna.

The trend towards greater adoption of predictive coding: the good, the bad, and the ugly

USA - September 7 2012 Predictive coding, also known as automated review, represents an evolving technology that provides litigants with a computer-assisted alternative to manual review of large document sets.

Jeffrey W. McKenna.

Information management considerations during corporate reorganization—recognizing and avoiding common pitfalls

USA - May 18 2011 Following a thoughtful Records and Information Management (“RIM”) program is an important mandate for any company, applicable from the point of corporate inception throughout the organizational evolution, including during mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and potential dissolution (collectively, “reorganization”).

Leigh Isaacs, Patricia E. Alberts.

E-discovery pilot programs illustrate opportunities to avoid unnecessary cost

USA - September 22 2010 Electronic discovery, or e-discovery, "is a major, if not the predominant, factor behind rising litigation costs and delays and presents serious challenges to the court system's ability to resolve disputes ranging from commercial matters to personal injury cases, in an efficient, costeffective manner.

Kenneth Herzinger, Siobhan A. Handley.