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Hyperlinks Are Not the Same as Traditional Attachments, Court Rules: eDiscovery Case Law

In the case In re Insulin Pricing Litig., No. 3:17-cv-0699 (BRM) (RLS), MDL No. 2080 (D.N.J. May 28, 2024), New Jersey Magistrate Judge Rukhsanah L. Singh ruled on several contested ESI issues in connection with the parties’ respective proposed ESI Protocols including hyperlinks, where she agreed with Defendants that “hyperlinks are not the same as [...]

By |2024-06-27T17:24:41+00:00July 15th, 2024|Artificial Intelligence, e-discovery|0 Comments

What’s the Hype about Hyperlinked Documents?

Hyperlinked documents are increasingly common in enterprise work environments and pose some unique challenges for eDiscovery. A hyperlinked document is shared via a URL or link, directing the recipient to a file stored on a cloud server. Unlike traditional attachments, the underlying file is not transmitted to the recipient but remains under the sender’s control. [...]

By |2024-06-27T17:20:14+00:00July 9th, 2024|Artificial Intelligence, e-discovery|0 Comments

eDiscovery Trend Predictions for 2024

Each year, technological advances help make our jobs and lives easier. Delve into the latest eDiscovery trends and how to prepare to take full advantage of the benefits, and learn some of the accompanying caveats. Let's get started with the predictions for eDiscovery in 2024. The Latest eDiscovery Trends Providing much of the fuel for [...]

June’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 that the parties’ protocol for the production of electronically stored information (ESI) would not contain an obligation to produce contemporaneous versions of documents hyperlinked in email [...]

The Legal Competency Missing from Legal Education: Law School Curricula and E-Discovery

If you had asked me in law school what area of law I hoped to practice, the answer would not have been E-Discovery. Frankly, I had no idea E-Discovery attorneys existed or awareness that E-Discovery was even a practice area then. The concept of E-Discovery was, at least, mentioned in my first year Civil Procedure [...]

Moving Firms? How to Take Your eDiscovery Cases With You

Let’s say you’re moving, or about to move, firms, or maybe even starting your own practice. But your cases don’t stop just because your office is changing venues and many of those cases involve eDiscovery. So how do you cleanly, efficiently, and effectively move your cases with you? It’s not as easy as copying and [...]

Uncovering the impact of technology on law How is technology impacting law?

When considering the industries that emerging technology can affect, the field of law practice is the least likely one to come to mind. However, the impact of growing technological advancements on the legal field has been significant and far-reaching, transforming many facets of legal practice. Technology has completely changed how attorneys gather evidence, formulate cases, [...]

By |2024-06-11T15:32:41+00:00June 17th, 2024|AI, e-discovery, Litigation Support|0 Comments

AI’s Role in Deposition Preparation & Analysis

There’s no denying it—artificial intelligence is changing the legal landscape. Generative AI and the use of machine learning promise to boost efficiency and reduce prep time through multiple phases of litigation. For depositions in particular, AI can cut through a tsunami of document review and help identify the connections, contradictions, and facts to explore during [...]

By |2024-06-11T15:19:26+00:00June 14th, 2024|AI, e-discovery, Litigation Support|0 Comments

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 Much Detail is Enough in a Privilege Log?

In Southern Pine Credit Un. v. Southwest Marine & Gen’l. Ins. Co., et al., 2024 WL 1361891 (M.D. Ga. Mar. 29, 2024), the court addressed the amount of detail that must be in a privilege log. Southern Pine brought a breach of contract action after its claim on a dishonesty bond was denied. There were [...]

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