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The Court Denies the Plaintiff’s Patently Overbroad Discovery Requests Rockwell Med., Inc. v. Richmond Bros., 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 57313 (E.D. Mich. Apr. 14, 2017) Court “Rather Reluctantly” Intervenes in Discovery Dispute, Prefers the Use of TAR Before Culling by Search Terms FCA US LLC v. Cummins, Inc., 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 45212 (E.D. Mich. […]
What many security experts have long warned became a reality last Friday: over 220,000 computers were infected by a new strain of ransomware. The infection affected several British hospitals, French car maker Renault and the German state-owned railroad operator Deutsche Bahn. Although a kill switch has stopped the spread of this version of ransomware, the […]
The 2015 FRCP Amendments have been in effect for over a year and federal courts have been increasingly vocal in the areas of proportionality, spoliation and sanctions. Have states followed suit? The last time KrolLDiscovery rolled out a comprehensive look at state ediscovery rules was after the 2006 FRCP Amendments. Back then, we saw that […]
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