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Please enjoy this collection of e-Discovery articles we have compiled for you this month.
The Most Important eDiscovery Cases of 2018 (So Far)
By Casey Sullivan
2018 has been an unusually quiet year for eDiscovery cases. Usually by this point, we would have at least a few blockbuster cases, with big sanctions and big controversy to make a big deal over. While we have had a few big fines, the jurisprudence in eDiscovery seems to have settled down greatly since the enactment of the 2015 amendments to the discovery rules in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
But that doesn’t mean the legal questions around eDiscovery are solved, as this year’s most important cases show us. Courts and litigants are still struggling with issues such as:
Why Now is the Perfect Time to Take Control of Your eDiscovery
eDiscovery is one of those tasks nearly everyone is happy to hand off to someone — anyone — else. “It’s too complicated,” they say, “too expensive, too time consuming!”
Granted, all that used to be true, but if you haven’t looked at eDiscovery lately, you may have missed how it’s evolved. You can use these software tools not only to make document production decisions (and justify your choices to a judge) but also to do early case assessment or to prepare for regulatory responses and internal investigations. It’s how smart companies tame the explosion of corporate data.