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May’s Notable Cases and Events in E-Discovery

This Sidley Update addresses the following recent developments and court decisions involving e-discovery issues: 1. An order from the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas finding that certain descriptions in a government agency’s categorical privilege log lacked sufficient detail and information to permit the Defendant and the court to assess the privileges claimed [...]

How eDiscovery Technology and Workflows Speed Public Records Requests Response

Part 2. In the two separate worlds of legal processes and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)/public records requests, eDiscovery technology and standard workflows have emerged as powerful ways to streamline operations and ensure compliance. Particularly, the handling of FOIA requests and public records requests showcases the potential similarities between these processes and eDiscovery workflows. One [...]

What are the Growing Challenges with Public Records/FOIA Requests?

The number of public records requests filed each year is on the rise, presenting a significant challenge for government agencies. One of the core obstacles faced by these agencies is the tight timing constraints imposed by laws governing these requests. Failure to meet these deadlines can result in severe consequences. To effectively manage these requests, [...]

Emerging Use Cases and the Future of AI for Legal

Last time, we continued our “nuts and bolts” series of artificial intelligence (AI) for legal professionals with a look at several current legal use cases to which AI is being applied today that have demonstrated proven benefits. However, generative AI and large language model (LLM) technologies are beginning to play a significant role in eDiscovery [...]

This Week in eDiscovery

Rulings on eDiscovery Increased in 2023 Decisions on eDiscovery in U.S. District Court cases increased by 10% in 2023 even as civil case filings dropped by 8%, according to the eDiscovery Assistant 2023 Case Law Report released late last month. The report also categorizes the top issues in eDiscovery cases last year. Failure to produce, [...]

E-Discovery in Employment Cases: Practical Issues (Part 1)

E-discovery is an essential component of most employment-related lawsuits. Modern technology and communication tools have substantially increased the volume of electronically stored information (ESI) in the workplace. Most employment disputes, including claims involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and breaches of restrictive covenants, are fact intensive, further increasing the relevance of email and other electronic communications. The [...]

Artificial Intelligence Prompts And When The Source Of The Error Is NOT Between The Keyboard And The Chair

'Prompt engineering' is a hot topic, but what if every generative AI tool has a different vision of what amounts to a good prompt? Boolean mastery was once the coin of the legal writing realm. Marrying keen legal thinking, a sense of how courts write, and the ability to appreciate the difference between a timely [...]

Ediscovery for Paralegals

In legal matters, e-discovery is revolutionizing how legal professionals handle evidence. E-discovery, or electronic discovery, refers to the process of seeking, locating, securing, and searching electronic data with the intent of using it as evidence in legal cases. From emails and documents to social media interactions and cloud storage, digital footprints are increasingly pivotal in [...]

The Current State of AI Regulations

Last time, we continued our “nuts and bolts” series of artificial intelligence (AI) for legal professionals with a look at three recent American Bar Association (ABA) resolutions regarding AI. Laws and regulations regarding AI are continually evolving with many countries around the world still lacking comprehensive AI regulations. However, there are several existing frameworks and [...]

February’s Notable Cases and Events in E-Discovery

This Sidley Update addresses the following recent developments and court decisions involving e-discovery issues: 1. an order from the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California requiring the Defendant to provide, at the outset of a multidistrict proceeding, information about the approximately 15,700 recipients of its litigation hold notices and the sources of [...]

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