Showing 2 posts from December 2016.

Use of Agreed-Upon Search Terms Not Proxy for Gathering All Responsive Info

Parties typically seek to narrow the scope of potentially responsive documents by meeting and conferring and reaching agreement on appropriate search terms. The parties next run those search terms against the data collected from the relevant custodians and review the resulting information for responsiveness. This method of identifying responsive electronic data has more or less become the norm in cases involving large data collection efforts. Occasionally, however, search terms miss the mark and fail to capture the information the opposing party is entitled to receive. The Delaware Court of Chancery recently addressed this and other related issues in deciding motions to compel filed by the defendant in BTG International v. Wellstat Therapeutics, No. 12562-VCL (Oct. 4). More ›

Looking Back on 2015: The 6 Most Important eDiscovery Cases in Delaware - Part 2

This is the second in a series of posts summarizing the 6 most important eDiscovery cases in Delaware in 2015.

Flax v. Pet360, Inc., C.A. No. 10123-VCL, Oral Argument on Plaintiff’s Second Motion for Sanctions and Rulings of the Court, June 29, 2015. More ›