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IT-LEX Inc | USA | 20 May 2014

“Mere loss of data” in a breach is not enough to confer standing

In re: Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) is an opinion issued by the U.S. District Court for D.C. earlier this month. It's the latest

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IT-LEX Inc | USA | 20 May 2014

Without evidence of noncompliance, trial court erred in ordering forensic imaging

In Fasteners For Retail, Inc. v. DeJohn, the parties had a business dispute (causes of action included breach of confidentiality and unfair

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IT-LEX Inc | USA | 19 May 2014

Ex-boyfriend’s cyberstalking conduct not protected by First Amendment

After a break-up, defendant Sayer "persistently stalked and harassed Jane Doe for over four years." Initially he'd show up at places where he knew

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IT-LEX Inc | USA | 16 May 2014

Wake me up before you Indiegogo: legal issues with crowdfunding

Have you ever backed a project on a crowdfunding site like Kickstarter or Indiegogo? How did that backing experience go? Were you impressed with the

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IT-LEX Inc | USA | 16 May 2014

Negative blog posts held not to be actionable under the CFAA

In the recent New York case Tan v. Doe, co-plaintiff Miah was involved in a business dispute concerning UrFilez, a company that he co-founded. Things

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IT-LEX Inc | USA | 15 May 2014

Latest form of production case mixes tiffs and “near native” files

Another week, another case concerning form of production. This one, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. SVT, LLC is from a district court in

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IT-LEX Inc | USA | 13 May 2014

Scanning costs are taxable even when “merely for discovery”

Last month, a federal court in Texas issued an order in the case E.A.F.F. V. United States, where eDiscovery costs were the primary focus. The U.S

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IT-LEX Inc | USA | 12 May 2014

Another magistrate judge denies the government a broad email search warrant

Last Friday, Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal issued an order in In re: REDACTEDGmail.com, a case where the government had applied for a search

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IT-LEX Inc | USA | 1 May 2014

1782 U.S. discovery for foreign litigants

Are you a foreign litigant that wants to obtain discovery in the U.S.? Then rejoice at 28 U.S.C. 1782, the oft-forgotten tool for "interested

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IT-LEX Inc | USA | 29 Apr 2014

“Indisputable destruction” of evidence warrants sanctions, but not adverse inference request

The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida issued an interesting order earlier this month in a salacious employment law matter. The

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