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Authored and edited by eDiscovery expert Doug Austin, eDiscovery Monthly highlights the best of each month's eDiscovery case law, best practices, and trend updates, as published on the highly recognized eDiscovery Daily Blog.

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Illustrated Observations from ILTACON 2016

Illustrated Observations from ILTACON 2016

We wrap up our week covering the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) annual educational conference of 2016 (otherwise known as ILTACON 2016) by discussing some of the observations from this year’s show. Here are a few observations that I have put together, based on my own experiences and discussions with fellow attendees at the show. Read The Complete Post

Perhaps the Most Meaningful eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey Results Yet

Perhaps the Most Meaningful eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey Results Yet

The results are in from the ACEDS and Complex Discovery Summer 2016 eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey, which was conducted last month and (as was the case for the Winter and Spring surveys) the results are published by Complex Discovery. Are individuals working in the eDiscovery ecosystem still as confident in the business as they were in the first and second quarters? Let’s see. Read The Complete Post

Defendant Not Required to Produce All Documents Responsive to Search Terms

Defendant Not Required to Produce All Documents Responsive to Search Terms

In Bancpass, Inc. v. Highway Toll Administration, LLC, Texas Magistrate Judge Andrew W. Austin (no relation) denied the plaintiff’s Motion to Enforce Discovery Agreements with regard to the plaintiff’s request for the defendant to produce all non-privileged documents responsive to search terms agreed to over email. Read The Complete Post

If You Missed the eDiscovery Business Confidence Webinar, You Can Catch it Here

If You Missed the eDiscovery Business Confidence Webinar, You Can Catch it Here

Last week, ACEDS hosted a webinar (sponsored by CloudNine) with expert commentary on the results of the Complex Discovery Summer 2016 eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey, which was conducted last month with the results published by Complex Discovery. If you missed the webinar, you can catch a video of it now. Read The Complete Post

Hashing Out the Idea of a Standard Hash Algorithm for Vendors

Hashing Out the Idea of a Standard Hash Algorithm for Vendors

In a blog post earlier this month, Craig Ball discussed the question (which was posed at the recent ILTACON conference by Beth Patterson, Chief Legal & Technology Services Officer for Allens) of why eDiscovery service providers can’t (or don’t) standardize hash values so as to support identification and deduplication across products and collections. Good question. Let’s take a look. Read The Complete Post

The Readers Have Spoken, in New York

The Readers Have Spoken, in New York

Last week, the New York Law Journal (NYLJ) published its seventh annual Reader Rankings, where the New York legal community cast their votes for your favorite vendors. Over 8,000 people cast votes for their favorite vendors in 100+ categories! That’s a lot of people and a lot of categories. Here are the reader rankings for electronic discovery and information governance. Read The Complete Post

If Plaintiff Wants Discovery on Defendant’s Backup Tapes, Court Rules He Must Pay for Them

If Plaintiff Wants Discovery on Defendant’s Backup Tapes, Court Rules He Must Pay for Them

In Elkharwily v. Franciscan Health Sys., Washington District Judge Robert J. Bryan, finding that the defendant had met its burden to show that retrieving electronically stored information on backup tapes “would result in an undue burden and cost to Defendant”, that the plaintiff “has not met his burden to show good cause” to overcome the defendant’s undue burden and cost argument, and that “the archived emails are ‘discoverable’ under Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(b)(1)”, ordered the defendant to “facilitate access to the discovery”, but “only at Plaintiff's expense, payable in advance”. Read The Complete Post

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