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What's New in E-Discovery and Spoliation?

October 1, 2015

Colorado Bar Association Provides Guidance re Use of Social Media for Investigative Purposes

Written by Steve Herman
August 27, 2015

Louisiana Supreme Court Rejects Independent Tort for Negligent Spoliation

Written by Steve Herman
February 13, 2015

District Court in Colorado Taxes E-Discovery Expenses as Costs to the Prevailing Party

Written by Steve Herman
June 23, 2014

District Judge Presiding over the Actos MDL Provides an Excellent Overview of the Current State of the Law, while Sanctioning Defendant for Spoliation

Written by Steve Herman
April 24, 2014

ABA Provides Guidance re Use of Social Media to Investigate Prospective Jurors or Jurors

Written by Steve Herman
August 21, 2012

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California Discusses Timing and Effect of Litigation Holds in Suit between Technology Industry Giants.

Written by Steve Herman
February 24, 2012

Magistrate Judge in the Southern District of New York Issues First Order Approving the Use of Predictive Coding Technology in Discovery.

Written by Steve Herman
January 13, 2012

United States Magistrate Judge in the District of Utah Rules that Evidence May Be Discarded as a Result of Good Faith Business Procedures.

Written by Steve Herman
December 1, 2011

Amended Federal Rule of Evidence 502 Expands Non-Waiver due to Inadvertent Disclosure related to any Federal Officer and/or Federal Proceedings.

Written by Steve Herman
November 16, 2011

Magistrate Judge in the Western District of Tennessee outlines Appropriate Steps to Preserve E-Data and/or otherwise effectuate “Litigation Hold” upon Receipt of Preservation Letter or other Notice of Anticipated or Pending Litigation.

Written by Steve Herman