Every Cloud Has a Lining. Whether It’s Silver or Not Depends on You

Cloud computing, or in simple terms, the use of offsite, shared servers for data storage, group work, document sharing and applications, has a host […]

E-Discovery Can Be Costly – But Not Doing It Right Can Cost Much More

If you’re involved in complex litigation, chances are you’ve begun to explore predictive coding as a method to reduce your firm’s e-discovery costs. […]

2nd Circuit: Failure to Issue Hold Notice by Itself Not Enough for Discovery Sanctions

The U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals, going against a ruling by records management thought-leader U.S. Judge Sara Scheindlin, recently held that the failure […]