Court declines to sanction overt spoliation when other evidence provides similar information
On April 9, 2018, Chief District Court Judge Clay D. Land issued an order rejecting the plaintiff’s request for spoliation sanctions.
Social media in the current enforcement landscape
With a well thought-out social media plan that considers e-discovery ramifications companies can manage to improve their customers’ experience.
Do I really need to keep this?
Navigating the information age without saving everything
Treading beyond the iota of fear: eDiscovery of the internet of things
How can one tackle the preservation, collection, and analysis of data from multiple interconnected sensory devices?
for BYOD Devices
BYOD is gaining popularity with employees and businesses alike. But the existence of business data on personal devices brings on its own set of discovery challenges.
- Technology-Assisted Review
- Mobile Discovery
- Internet of Things
- Big Data
- Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
- Government Investigations
- Social Media
- Data Analysis
- Predictive Coding
- Foreign Language
- Early Case Assessment (ECA)
- Email Threading
- Document Review
- Cost Recovery
Are you ready to love e-discovery?
Introducing FORTÉ, the better way to do e‑discovery.