Stan Gibson and Nahal Bahri wrote “Chapter 9: Preparing to Discuss Predictive Coding at the Rule 26(f) Conference” which was included in PLI’s Course Handbook for the Electronic Discovery Institute, 2014.
Bob Braun, Michael Gold and Dan Sedor authored an article in Aspatore’s Inside the Minds series, “Privacy and Data Security Issues in the U.S., E.U. and Beyond,” published in 2013.
Bloomberg BNA has published the 2012 update to the BNA Portfolio, “Records Retention for Enterprise Knowledge Management,” authored by Bob Braun, Stan Gibson, Michael Gold and Dan Sedor. The portfolio was first released in 2007.
Michael Gold was featured in the August 2010 edition of Financier Worldwide as part of a round table discussion of the legal issues surrounding the management of electronically stored information. To view this article, click here.
Dan Sedor’s article, "E-Discovery Bar Set High For Litigants," was published by The Daily Journal. His article discussed the ruling in Pension Committee of the University of Montreal Pension Plan v. Banc of America Securities, LLC, which found that failing to issue a written litigation hold for relevant documents during discovery can result in strict […]
Stan Gibson’s article titled, "Six Steps to Litigation Readiness," was published by published by PLI in Electronic Discovery Guidance 2009: What Corporate and Outside Counsel Need to Know.
Dan Sedor authored "Nine Tips for Developing a Data Map," published in a special supplement to KMWorld magazine, a leading publication covering the latest in content, document and knowledge management.
Dan Sedor’s article, "State E-Discovery Slowly Emerges: What’s in Store for State Court Litigants?" was published in BNA’s Digital Discovery & E-Evidence Report.
Overview The volume of e-discovery and its costs continue to rise for corporations, law firms and even solo attorneys. This phenomena has triggered a plethora of articles on the pitfalls and potential problems in EDD for the uninitiated or unaware. Frequently missing from the discussion, however, is practical experience and analysis from the trenches. This […]
Overview Many lawyers are overwhelmed with the new federal rules governing electronic discovery. It’s no wonder: Effective compliance with the new rules requires a fundamental understanding of how digital technology works; sufficient skill to manage the identification, harvesting and production of electronic information; and an ability to communicate with the court, opposing counsel, outside litigation […]