Showing 4 posts from 2013.

Predictive Coding Order Modified

Posted In Document Review

A recent landmark decision in which the Court of Chancery ordered both sides to engage in predictive coding by using a mutually agreed upon vendor has been modified. The new order allows plaintiffs in the EORHB v. HOA matter to review their documents using traditional methods. They will also be allowed to choose a separate vendor than defendants. More ›

A Glossary of eDiscovery Terms

We lawyers have a tendency to confuse our terminology when discussing technology.  This is especially true when discussing the technical aspects of eDiscovery. 

I was inspired by the excellent Grossman-Cormack Glossary of Technology-Assisted Review which attempted to define the terminology surrounding TAR.  I prepared the following short glossary of commonly used eDiscovery terms to assist our group in understanding some of jargon used by eDiscovery professionals.  The terms can be found after the break. More ›

Proposed FRCP Amendments

Posted In Federal Rules, News

Henry Kelston of the Legal Intelligencer provides a useful summary of the amendments to the FRCP that were recently proposed by the United States Courts’ Advisory Committee on Civil Rules.

The rules would seek to create uniformity on a variety of issues including scope and proportionality of discovery, sanctions for failure to preserve discoverable information and limits on written discovery and depositions. More ›

Greetings

Posted In Articles

Hello, and welcome back to the Delaware eDiscovery Report.  There have been many developments recently in the world of eDiscovery, particularly in Delaware.  Before providing a rundown of these new cases and guidelines, I would like to offer an introduction.

My name is Ian McCauley.  I have focused my practice solely on eDiscovery for the past 5 years with an emphasis on effective project management, early data/case assessment and litigation support/legal synergies.  I hope to have other voices join the conversation as we begin the blog anew.