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eDiscovery Advantage, Volume 5, Issue 1

USA - April 23 2019 The Winston & Strawn LLP eDiscovery and Information Governance Group (the "eDiscovery Group") is pleased to be able to offer our insights into the...

Jason D. Moore, John J. Rosenthal, Sheryl A. Falk, Christopher Costello, Stephen R. Smerek, Matthew W. Poplawski.

eDiscovery advantage, volume 3, issue 2

USA - September 17 2013 The Advisory Committee on Federal Rules of Civil Procedure formally published for public comment amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure...

John J. Rosenthal, Christopher Costello, Martin Geagan, Matthew W. Poplawski.

eDiscovery advantage: Volume 3, Issue 1

USA - March 4 2013 Since the last edition of eDiscovery Advantage, three states have either adopted or proposed new rules on electronic discovery, the Western District...

John J. Rosenthal, Christopher Costello, Martin Geagan, Matthew W. Poplawski.

Privilege and waiver issues

USA - October 31 2011 Courts continue to weigh the reasonableness of the protocols implemented to protect privileged data from inadvertent disclosure....

John J. Rosenthal, Elizabeth H. Erickson, Christopher Costello, Pamela A. Rons.

Proposed federal rulemaking regarding preservation & sanctions

USA - October 31 2011 On September 9, 2011, the Discovery Subcommittee of the United Stated Judicial Conference Advisory Committee to the Federal Rules held a mini-conference in Dallas as the first step in a seven-step process to determine whether new rules should be adopted to address preservation and sanctions relating to electronically stored information (“ESI”)....

John J. Rosenthal, Elizabeth H. Erickson, Christopher Costello, Pamela A. Rons.