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Looking Back on 2015: The 6 Most Important eDiscovery Cases in Delaware - Part 4

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

Medicalgorithmics S.A. v. AMI Monitoring, Inc., C.A. No. 10948-CB, Oral Argument on Defendants’ Motion Regarding Plaintiff’s Improper Document Production, Plaintiff’s Cross-Motion for Defendants to Supplement Their Deficient Document Production, Discovery Issue Regarding Location of Depositions and Rulings of the Court, July 15, 2015.

This case dealt with cross-motions regarding deficient document productions in which the Plaintiff argued Defendants produced too few documents and Defendants argued Plaintiff produced too many. More ›

Ian D. McCauley will present “The Art of the Litigation Hold" at the eDiscovery Speaker Series

On April 4th, Ian D. McCauley will present on the topic “The Art of the Litigation Hold" at the Capital Grille in Philadelphia.  The session is part of Driven’s eDiscovery Speaker Series.  Other speakers at the event include Scott Milner of Morgan Lewis and Tara Emory of Driven.  The talk will focus on the basic requirements for establishing a defensible litigation hold process and the state of the law on litigation holds in 2017.  To learn more, please click here.  

Ian D. McCauley will speak at DSBA Labor and Employment Law Update

On Tuesday, March 28th, Ian D. McCauley will speak at the Delaware State Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Update 2017.   Ian will discuss the 2015 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the scope and process of litigation holds, and practical tips for E-Discovery success. To learn more about the event, please click here.

Looking Back on 2015: The 6 Most Important eDiscovery Cases in Delaware - Part 3

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

Pfizer, Inc. v. Amgen Fremont Inc., C.A. No. 10667-VCL, Hearing on Cross Motions to Compel and Rulings of the Court, July 6, 2015. More ›