Center for Auto Safety v. Chrysler Group provides an answer.
USCIS failed to perform an adequate search of its records because it generated a new document instead of searching its existing internal documents.
It might be worthwhile to consider the "uncertainties" of the amendments.
By Ronald J. Hedges
What considerations guide the use of private or confidential information, and what should an attorney do to protect it?
By Thomas I. Barnett
There are other ways to attack the problem of keyword searches and predictive coding thanks to some recent advances in technology and data science.
By Eric Kinder and Walt Auvil
Is the rule, now entering middle age, still accomplishing the goals it was designed to achieve?
Bobby Malhotra explains that structured databases are an underused source of potentially valuable information and how to best use these tools. (14:32 min)
If you are not careful, e-discovery can cost more than you anticipate. Giyong Song gives strategies to keep costs down with the use of early analytics and other strategies. (13:59 min)
Educator and litigator Michael Downey explains how the ethical obligations for inadvertent disclosure of documents have evolved over the years. (5:09 min)
Topics include applying early case assessment techniques, initial data collection and preservation issues, managing client concerns, best tactics for dealing with opposing counsel, and identifying potential early motions and other strategic options. (56:45)
Experienced litigators cover the nuts and bolts of defending depositions and provide strategies and tips to employ when defending all types of clients. (1:00:01)
Insight into the substance of the proposed amendments, the motivations behind them, the amendment process, and the public comments that the committee has received so far. (1:02:46)
February's Roundtable is "Early Case Assessment and Other Initial Stages of Complex Litigation." Read more.
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