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What's New in E-Discovery and Spoliation?

April 18, 2017

U.S. Supreme Court Reverses $2.7 Million Discovery Sanction Against GM Where Not Causally Related to the Misconduct

Written by Steve Herman
April 13, 2017

District Court Judge in Northern District of Ohio Compels Defendant to Write Computer Program to Extract Relevant Information

Written by Steve Herman
February 17, 2017

Magistrate Judge in the Northern District of Indiana Declines to Compel Re-Production of Non-Compliant Electronic Data in Light of Proportionality Considerations

Written by Steve Herman
December 27, 2016

Plaintiff’s Social Media History is Discoverable, but with Limitations

Written by Steve Herman
December 14, 2016

Seventh Circuit Says Wife’s Unauthorized Access to Husband’s E-Mails Could Violate Federal Wiretap Act

Written by Steve Herman
September 14, 2016

Louisiana Fourth Circuit Reverses Summary Judgment on Intentional Spoliation Claim

Written by Steve Herman
August 18, 2016

Magistrate Judge in the Middle District of Louisiana Discusses Limitations on Discovery of Social Media

Written by Steve Herman
August 1, 2016

Magistrate Peck in the Southern District of New York Discusses (again) the Benefits of Predictive Coding, yet Declines to Compel the Producing Party

Written by Steve Herman
July 26, 2016

District Court Judge in Peurto Rico Orders Party to Re-Produce Billing Records in Excel Format, as Requested

Written by Steve Herman
July 25, 2016

District Court Judge in Washington Sanctions Attorney for Side-Stepping Proportionalty Requirements

Written by Steve Herman