Predictive Coding Has Arrived, 28-FALL ANTITRUST 93 (2013)
Paul W. Grimm and David S. Yellin
A Pragmatic Approach to Discovery Reform: How Small Changes Can Make a Big Difference in Civil Discovery, 64 S.C. L. REV. 495 (2013)
Maura R. Grossman and Gordon V. Cormack
The Grossman-Cormack Glossary of Technology-Assisted Review, 7 FED. CTS. L. REV. 1 (2013), http://www.fclr.org/fclr/articles/html/2010/grossman.pdf
Wayne A. Hill, Jr., J.D.
American Jurisprudence Proof of Facts 3d, Managing Metadata in Litigation Matters, 126 AMJUR POF 3d 281
Thomas Newcomb Hyde
Staying Out of Trouble: Legal Ethics in a Digital Era, 32 No. 3 TRIAL ADVOC. Q. 23 (2013)
Matthew L. Jarvey
Boilerplate Discovery Objections: How They Are Used, Why They Are Wrong, and What We Can Do About Them, 61 DRAKE L. REV. 913 (2013)
Kersten Roehsler Kortbawi and Henal Patel (ed.)
Ethical Issues in E-Discovery, Social Media, and the Cloud, 39 RUTGERS COMPUTER & TECH. L.J. 125 (2013)
An E-Discovery Model Order: Saving the Golden Goose of Patent Litigation One Golden Egg at a Time, 4 CYBARIS AN INTELL. PROP. L. REV. 250 (2013), http://web.wmitchell.edu/cybaris/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/vol4_issue2_Kuxhausen-E-Discovery-Model-Order.pdf
Craig B. Shaffer and Ryan T. Shaffer
Looking Past the Debate: Proposed Revisions to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, 7 FED. CTS. L. REV. 178 (2013), http://www.fclr.org/fclr/articles/html/2010/Shaffer2.pdf
Resolving the Civil Litigant’s Discovery Dilemma, 26 GEO. J. LEGAL ETHICS 837 (2013)
Cooperation and Litigation: Thoughts on the American Experience, 61 U. KAN. L. REV. 821 (2013), http://www.law.ku.edu/sites/law.drupal.ku.edu/files/docs/law_review/v61/01-Marcus_Final.pdf
Reinvigorating Rule 502, 81 FORDHAM L. REV. 1533 (2013), http://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=4871&context=flr
Karl Schieneman and Thomas C. Gricks III
The Implications of Rule 26(G) on the Use of Technology-Assisted Review, 7 FED. CTS. L. REV. 239 (2013), http://www.fclr.org/fclr/articles/html/2010/Gricks.pdf
A Mandate for Failure: The Sedona Cooperation Proclamation and Modern Discovery under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, 35 U. LA VERNE L. REV. 165 (2013)
Hon. Andrew J. Peck, Hon. John M. Facciola, and Steven W. Teppler
E-Discovery: Where We’ve Been, Where We Are, Where We’re Going, 12 AVE MARIA L. REV. 1 (2014), http://legacy.avemarialaw.edu/lr/assets/articles/v12i1.E-Discovery%20Panel%20Transcript.pdf
Jonathan M. Redgrave, Keltie Hays Peay and Mathea K.E. Bulander
Understanding and Contextualizing Precedents in E-Discovery: The Illusion of Stare Decisis and Best Practices to Avoid Reliance on Outdated Guidance, 20 RICH. J.L. & TECH. 8 (2014), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v20i2/article8.pdf
David F. Herr and Jolynn M. Markison
E-Discovery under the Minnesota Rules: Where We’ve Been, Where We Might Be Headed, 40 WM. MITCHELL L. REV. 390 (2014), http://www.wmitchell.edu/lawreview/Volume40/documents/Herr.pdf
The 2015 Proposals to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: Preparing for the Future of Discovery, 41 N. KY. L. REV. 133 (2014), http://chaselaw.nku.edu/content/dam/chaselaw/docs/academics/lawreview/v41/11-Morris.pdf
Minnesota E-Discovery Working Group 5
Using Technology to Facilitate Production of E-Discovery, 40 WM. MITCHELL L. REV. 588 (2014), http://www.wmitchell.edu/lawreview/Volume40/documents/WG5.pdf
Minnesota E-Discovery Working Group 4
Preparation for Minnesota Federal and State Discovery Conferences: A Practical Approach, 40 WM. MITCHELL L. REV. 549 (2014), http://www.wmitchell.edu/lawreview/Volume40/documents/WG4.pdf
Minnesota E-Discovery Working Group 1
An Electronic Discovery Primer, 40 WM. MITCHELL L. REV. 427 (2014), http://www.wmitchell.edu/lawreview/Volume40/documents/WG1.pdf
Ralph C. Losey
Predictive Coding and the Proportionality Doctrine: A Marriage Made in Big Data, 26 REGENT U. L. REV. 7 (2013-14), http://ralphlosey.files.wordpress.com/2013/12/law_review_pcandpropor.pdf
L. Casey Auttonberry
Predictive Coding: Taking the Devil Out of the Details, 74 LA. L. REV. 613 (2013), http://digitalcommons.law.lsu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=6452&context=lalrev
Harrison M. Brown
Searching for an Answer: Defensible E-Discovery Search Techniques in the Absence of Judicial Voice, 16 CHAP. L. REV. 407 (2013)
Nathan M. Crystal
Inadvertent Production of Privileged Information in Discovery in Federal Court: The Need for Well-Drafted Clawback Agreements, 64 S.C. L. REV. 581 (2013), http://www.nathancrystal.com/pdf/ClawbackAgreements.pdf
Informed Buyers of E-Discovery: Why General Counsel Must Become Tech Savvy, 5 HASTINGS SCI. & TECH. L.J. 281 (2013), http://hstlj.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/STLJ-Didday-Informed-Buyers-of-E-Discovery.pdf
How to Avoid the Death of Your Case by Two Billion Paper Cuts: Encouraging Arbitration as an Alternative Way to Resolve Costly Discovery Disputes, 13 PEPP. DISP. RESOL. L.J. 257 (2013), http://digitalcommons.pepperdine.edu/drlj/vol13/iss2/2
Protecting Search Terms as Opinion Work Product: Applying the Work Product Doctrine to Electronic Discovery, 161 U. PA. L. REV. 2063 (2013), http://scholarship.law.upenn.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1034&context=penn_law_review
Paul W. Grimm and Heather Leigh Williams
“The [Judicial] Beatings Will Continue until Morale Improves”: The Prisoner’s Dilemma of Cooperative Discovery and Proposals for Improved Morale, 43 U. BALT. L.F. 107 (2013)
Anne A. Chesnut
Making Ethics Worth Your While: Controlling Costs in E-Discovery, Ethics in E-Discovery: Leading Lawyers on Navigating Rules and Regulations and Effectively Handling Privacy Issues in the E-Discovery Process (Aspatore Aug. 2012) (paperback).
Electronic Discovery: Law and Practice, § 13.03 A Lawyer’s Duty to Others 2014 WL 100212
Electronic Discovery: Law and Practice, § 5.08 Limiting the Costs of Electronic Discovery, 2014 WL 100159
Accounting for the Costs of Elec. Discovery, 12 MINN. J. L. SCI. & TECH. 151, 178, 189 (Winter 2011), http://mjlst.umn.edu/prod/groups/ahc/@pub/@ahc/@mjlst/documents/asset/ahc_asset_366139.pdf.
David J. Waxse
Cooperation—What Is It and Why Do It?, 18 RICH. J. L. & TECH. 8, 12-14 (2012), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v18i3/article8.pdf.
William P. Barnette
Ghost in the Machine: Zubulake Revisited and Other Emerging E-Discovery Issues Under the Amended Federal Rules, 18 RICH. J.L. & TECH. 11, 12-4 (2012), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v18i3/article11.pdf.
Ronald J. Hedges
The Sedona Conference® Points the Way Toward Control of the Costs and Burden of E-Discovery, 59 THE FED. LAWYER 46 (Feb. 2012).
Brian C. Vick & Neil C. Magnuson
The Promise of A Coop. and Proportional Discovery Process in N.C.: H.B. 380 and the New State Elec. Discovery Rules, 34 CAMPBELL L. REV. 233, 253-55, 262-63, 277 (2012), http://law.campbell.edu/lawreview/articles/34-2-233.pdf.
Benjamin L. Klein
Trust, Respect, and Cooperation May Keep Us Out of Jail: A Practical Guide to Navigating the European Union Privacy Directive's Restrictions on American Discovery Procedure, 25 GEO. J. LEGAL ETHICS 623, 642 (Summer 2012).
9 Side Bar No. 2, at 5-6, 11 (Fed. Litig. Sec. of the Fed. Bar Assoc. Summer 2009)
Theodore C. Hirt
The Quest for "Proportionality" in Elec. Discovery-Moving from Theory to Reality in Civ. Litig., 5 FED. CTS. L. REV. 171, 173 (2011), www.fclr.org/fclr/articles/html/2010/Hirt.pdf.
Bennett B. Borden et. al.
Four Years Later: How the 2006 Amendments to the Fed. Rules Have Reshaped the E-Discovery Landscape and Are Revitalizing the Civ. Justice Sys., 17 RICH. J. L. & TECH. 10, 1 (2011), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v17i3/article10.pdf.
Electronic Discovery: Law and Practice, Seventh Circuit Electronic Discovery Pilot Program, Phase One and Report Excerpts, 2014 WL 100120
Electronic Discovery: Law and Practice, United States District Court Rules, 2014 WL 100114
San Diego Lawyer Magazine, p. 36-40 (Nov./Dec. 2008)
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