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Legal Alert: Newly Enacted Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Affecting E-Discovery

Changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were approved by the U.S. Supreme Court in April of this year and became effective Dec 1, 2015.  While several rules outlining e-discovery compliance obligations were modified, the changes to Rules 26(b) and 37(e) are especially significant and will increasingly require inside and outside litigation counsel to better understand these rules and fundamentals, from a practice, technology and best practices standpoint. 

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KMK's May 2015 E-Discovery Round-up

Good afternoon E-Discovery enthusiasts!  This month we take a look at the evolution of social media’s privacy laws, get reminded that the amended rules of civil procedure recently cleared a hurdle and take a swim in the deep end of the “predictive coding” pool.  Let’s dive in, shall we?

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KMK’s April 2015 E-Discovery Round-up

Hi E-Discovery enthusiasts! Welcome to KMK’s April 2015 E-Discovery round-up.

This month we take a look at an Irish courts ruling on TAR that relies on some US court’s precedent, get caught up on The Sedona Conference’s latest project published for public comment and highlight an E-Discovery thought leader who popped up on various nationally broadcast programs. So, let’s dive in, shall we? 

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E-Discovery Alert – Sixth Circuit Affirms Award of Costs, Including the Imaging of a Hard Drive, to Prevailing Employer

In an appeal of a lost wrongful termination suit, Colosi v. Jones Lang LaSalle Ams., Inc., 2015 U.S. App. LEXIS 4184 (6th Cir. Ohio 2015), the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has found that a prevailing party’s request for costs, some of which were associated with the imaging of a hard drive, as properly taxable, relying on the authority of 28 U.S.C. § 1920 and Fed.R. Civ. P. 54(d)(1) as well as a less “restrictive” reading of the former than of that found in the Race Tires opinion.  

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KMK's February 2015 E-Discovery Round-up

Good afternoon E-Discovery enthusiasts!  Welcome to KMK’s February 2015 E-Discovery Round-up. 

Today, we take a look at some well written, informative articles and a Colorado opinion where the prevailing party recovered $57,873.61 in E-Discovery costs!  Let’s dive in, shall we? 

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KMK’s November 2014 E-Discovery Round-Up

Good afternoon E-Discovery enthusiasts and welcome to KMK’s November 2014 E-Discovery Round-up.  Up for inspection this month are a couple of cases where costs relating to the discovery of electronic documents were recovered.  These are highly informative and instructive cases, so easily, they should be on the radar of any well-informed E-Discovery practitioner!  Let’s dive in, shall we? 

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KMK’s Spook-tacular October 2014 E-Discovery Round-up, Halloween Edition

Hello E-Discovery enthusiasts, welcome to KMK’s Spook-tacular October 2014 E-Discovery round-up, Halloween edition!

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September 2014 E-Discovery Round-Up

Hello E-Discovery enthusiasts and welcome to KMK’s September E-Discovery round up.  This month we take a closer look at a recent U.S. Tax Court ruling approving predictive coding, salivate as the FRCP Amendments are approved by the U.S. Judicial Conference and update you on some upcoming screenings of Joe Looby’s acclaimed documentary, “The Decade of Discovery” – so let’s get started, shall we? 

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Post-Labor Day 2014 E-Discovery Round-Up

This month we warm ourselves in the heat effervescing from the “random vs. seed set” controversy, take a look at an unorthodox, yet appropriate sanction ruling and shudder at the sheer magnitude of data created during “one second on the internet.”

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