Showing 4 posts from September 2015.

Peter B. Ladig and Ian D. McCauley to Speak at eDiscovery CLE on October 15th

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Peter B. Ladig and Ian D. McCauley will be speaking at an upcoming CLE titled "Managing E-Discovery Effectively: Meeting the Expectations of your Clients and the Court," sponsored by the eDiscovery and Technology Law Section of the Delaware State Bar Association. Ian will be speaking on the second panel of the afternoon, discussing the relationship among clients, counsel, and vendors in the e-discovery process, various eDiscovery options, as well as balancing competing interests in the decision-making process. Pete will be speaking on the final panel of the afternoon, “Views from the Bench and Bar,” along with jurists and practitioners, discussing their views on several topics, including attorneys’ roles in meeting their ethical obligations to the court while fulfilling client expectations. More ›

Ian D. McCauley to Speak at National Business Institute eDiscovery Seminar on September 25, 2015

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Ian D. McCauley will be speaking at a National Business Institute Seminar titled "Discovery Under the New Federal Rules of Civil Procedure" on September 25, 2015. The seminar will be discussing the proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), which will bring significant changes to eDiscovery and litigation strategy when they are implemented on December 1, 2015. The seminar will take place at the Doubletree Hotel Wilmington Downtown from 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM, and will count as 6 hours of CLE credit. More ›

Looking Back on 2014: The 7 Most Important eDiscovery Cases in Delaware - Part 4

This is the fourth in a series of posts summarizing the 7 most important eDiscovery cases in Delaware in 2014.

In re ISN Software Corporation Appraisal Litigation, C.A. No. 8388–VCG, Oral Argument on Petitioners' Third and Fourth Motions to Compel and Partial Rulings by the Court, September 12, 2014. More ›

eDiscovery: What Are Judges Thinking?

This summer one current and one former United States District Court Judge took to the interview circuit on the topic of eDiscovery.  The most common theme was that lawyers have the obligation to understand both the law and technology. More ›