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Legalweek 2019 Recap

Didn’t make it to Legalweek 2019? Our experts share everything you need to know.

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Redactions 101: The Manafort Team’s Blunder

A failure of people to follow a process, not of technology.

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Second Circuit finds that attorney-client privilege and confidentiality order outweighs proportionality concerns in reversing order to subpoena documents for foreign proceeding

On July 10, 2018, the United States Court of Appeals reversed an order where the district court had granted appellee’s petition to subpoena documents from the appellant law firm.

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Preservation

Do I really need to keep this?

Navigating the information age without saving everything

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Proportionality

Practical considerations for litigating proportionality

It is not enough to present the court with a litany of numbers to quantify the volume of information sought.

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A Smaller Funnel

The Butterfly Effect

The primary objective for the target of a government investigation is to avoid being sued.

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Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

Key changes in e-discovery

The 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules address not only the more “exotic” sources of electronically stored information (ESI), but also emphasize the value of cooperation among parties.

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The Smaller Mountain: Domain and data analysis with predictive coding to identify required materials

A corporation asked Buckley to handle a broad state investigation focused on specific customer communications.

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Email Threading: Using Technology to Reduce Attorney Time

The FORTÉ team reduced the number of documents requiring review to just 1 percent of an initial data set.

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Data Analysis, Searching, and Predictive Coding on Foreign Language Documents

A global bank engaged Buckley for a multilingual internal investigation of employees with large volumes of email.

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Don’t Break the Budget: Employing E-Discovery Processes to Meet Budgets on Small Cases

A university engaged Buckley in a series of small investigatory matters.

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Second Circuit finds that attorney-client privilege and confidentiality order outweighs proportionality concerns in reversing order to subpoena documents for foreign proceeding

On July 10, 2018, the United States Court of Appeals reversed an order where the district court had granted appellee’s petition to subpoena documents from the appellant law firm.

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Sedona Conference publishes July 2018 public comment version of Primer on Social Media, Second Edition

The Sedona Conference has recently released an updated, July 2018 public comment version of its 2012 Primer on Social Media.

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