Showing 2 posts from April 2013.

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.