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The Ediscovery Blog

Dec
5
By Michele Lange

Snow flakes, steaming drinks and friendly gatherings are some of the best parts of December – and no classic winter gathering is complete without a roaring fire. But practitioners know not all fires bring great memories: legal hold wildfires and resulting sanctions can dampen winter joy. Fortunately, Kroll Ontrack has just released a newly updated […]

The post A Warm Fire, a Hot Drink and a New Legal Hold Guide appeared first on The Ediscovery Blog by Kroll Ontrack.

Dec
5
By Thought Leadership Team

Failing to Cooperate Has Negative Consequences for Party Venturedyne, Ltd. v. Carbonyx, Inc., 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 157722 (N.D. Ind. Nov. 15, 2016) Court Holds “Skepticism” Not Enough for Computer Forensic Search Coast to Coast Eng’g Servs. v. Roop, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 154758 (D. Me. Nov. 8, 2016) Court States “Old Habits Die Hard” […]

The post December 2016 Ediscovery Case Summaries appeared first on The Ediscovery Blog by Kroll Ontrack.

Dec
1
By Thought Leadership Team

Ediscovery professionals are celebrating the one-year anniversary of the amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. With 365 days of applying the new rules, now is a great time to ask: What’s been the impact of the FRCP amendments? Take the FRCP amendments survey – and enter to win a prize! How do you […]

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The Ediscovery Buzz

Dec 8

2016 Ediscovery Case Law: New FRCP Amendments Drive 60 Percent Increase in Proportionality Opinions

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Strong emphasis on proportionality and scope of discovery dominated this year’s ediscovery judicial opinions (56 percent as compared to 35 percent in 2015) as courts reacted to the December 1, 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP).

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