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  • Defendant’s Shortcomings in Discovery Result in Sanctions

    eLessons Learned
    Chris.Borchert
    31 Mar 2014 | 8:00 am
    The plaintiff, Tony B. Clay, brought claims for employment discrimination and retaliation based on race under Title VII against Consol Pennsylvania Coal Company (“Consol”). The electronically stored information (ESI) in question are emails that specifically mentioned Clay. These emails discussed his employment, termination, and the allegedly racist remarks made about Clay, which are at the [...]
  • Article about UF Law/EDRM Conference

    EDRM
    George Socha
    22 Apr 2014 | 8:23 am
    For a good re-cap of the second annual University of Florida E-Discovery/EDRM Conference for the Small and Medium Case, go to Babs Deacon’s article, “E-Discovery: It’s the Story, Stupid,” just published in Law Technology News. (Note – registration required to view article.) The conference was recorded and is available online.
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    eLessons Learned

  • Defendant’s Shortcomings in Discovery Result in Sanctions

    Chris.Borchert
    31 Mar 2014 | 8:00 am
    The plaintiff, Tony B. Clay, brought claims for employment discrimination and retaliation based on race under Title VII against Consol Pennsylvania Coal Company (“Consol”). The electronically stored information (ESI) in question are emails that specifically mentioned Clay. These emails discussed his employment, termination, and the allegedly racist remarks made about Clay, which are at the [...]
  • Court Hesitant to Impose Discovery Sanctions Despite Defendant’s Delay and Non-Compliance With Court Order

    Chris.Borchert
    28 Mar 2014 | 8:00 am
    If I told you that your company delayed for nearly seven months to produce electronic documents critical to a pending lawsuit, you would think the judge presiding over your case may be a bit perturbed, right? What if I also told you that you promised the judge you would rectify the situation by producing the [...]
  • Cop Out? Government Can’t Withhold Metadata of a Police Report When it Relates to the Prior Conduct of an Arresting Officer in a Criminal Case

    Chris.Borchert
    26 Mar 2014 | 8:00 am
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  • Want ESI? Be specific.

    Chris.Borchert
    14 Mar 2014 | 8:00 am
    A meaty battle: American Home Insurance and Cargill Meat Solutions (“Cargill”) sued Greater Omaha Packing (GOPAC) for allegedly selling contaminated beef—a dispute that quickly turned into a discovery royale. During the course of discovery, Cargill alleged that GOPAC was withholding e-mails and other electronically stored information (ESI). Despite such allegations, Cargill did not specify which [...]
  • No Sanctions for Spoliation?

    Chris.Borchert
    12 Mar 2014 | 8:00 am
    For all of you bosses, managers, or CEOs out there: Are you thinking about firing that one employee? You know, the one that is always late, slacks on his work, and makes mistake after mistake? You may think that cutting him loose means he is out of your life forever. Well, guess again. In a [...]
 
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  • Article about UF Law/EDRM Conference

    George Socha
    22 Apr 2014 | 8:23 am
    For a good re-cap of the second annual University of Florida E-Discovery/EDRM Conference for the Small and Medium Case, go to Babs Deacon’s article, “E-Discovery: It’s the Story, Stupid,” just published in Law Technology News. (Note – registration required to view article.) The conference was recorded and is available online.
  • EDRM Publishes IGRM White Paper

    George Socha
    22 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    “Disposing of Digital Debris” Discusses Strategy and Practice Required for a Successful Information Governance Program SAINT PAUL, Minn. – April 22, 2014 – EDRM, the leading standards organization for the e-discovery market, today announced the release of a white paper, “Disposing of Digital Debris – Information Governance Strategy and Practice in Action.” The paper, authored by leaders of EDRM’s IGRM (Information Governance Reference Model) team in collaboration with the Compliance, Governance and Oversight Council (CGOC), is available at the EDRM website. The white paper…
  • Reminder: Annual Spring Kick-Off Meeting

    George Socha
    4 Apr 2014 | 7:25 am
    Be part of the solution! Register today to attend the EDRM Annual Spring Kick-Off Meeting being held April 23-24, 2014 in St. Paul, MN. Join an international group of e-discovery professionals as EDRM celebrates the start of its 10th year. Get the latest updates on current projects and frameworks, and help determine priorities and direction for the coming year. New members welcome! Learn more or sign up for the meeting today.
  • EDRM Update – March 2014

    George Socha
    31 Mar 2014 | 7:17 am
    Welcome to the March 2014 issue of EDRM Update! Issue 7 – March 2014 This month we’re excited to share a recap of the second annual e-discovery conference that EDRM co-sponsored with the University of Florida Levin College of Law on March 14th. The event was held in person and streamed online, and included great discussions and useful content from our expert faculty. Below you’ll find a summary of the sessions held, along with a link so you can register to view the sessions online. Our annual spring kick-off meeting is coming up April 23-24 – all EDRM members are welcome to…
  • EDRM Update – February 2014

    George Socha
    28 Feb 2014 | 12:53 pm
    Welcome to the February 2014 issue of EDRM Update! Issue 6 – February 2014 February is always a great month for EDRM. With LegalTech New York held each year at the beginning of the month, many members reconnect with one another and recommit to their projects with renewed interest and momentum. This month we announced the reintroduction and refinement of the Privacy & Security Risk Reduction Model (PSRRM), a framework that provides a tested, methodical approach to data cleansing and the defensible handling of highly sensitive information. A special thanks goes out to the Data Set…
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