Tag Archives: electronically stored information

Karin Scholz Jenson Discusses E-Discovery in Q&A for Recommind Blog Article

Partner Karin Scholz Jenson, national leader of BakerHostetler’s E-Discovery Advocacy and Management team, participated in a question-and-answer session with Senior Discovery Counsel for Recommind, Inc., Philip Favro. Jenson’s responses appeared in a March 17, 2015, blog post on Recommind.com and addressed topics including predictive coding, FRCP amendments, the effects of mobile devices on ESI preservation … Continue Reading

A plea to LegalTech vendors and panelists talking technology-assisted review!

LegalTech New York is right around the corner.  And, much like the recent Georgetown Advanced Ediscovery Institute, there will be no shortage of discussion about predictive coding/technology-assisted review (“TAR”).  The agenda includes fourteen program descriptions that directly reference TAR and another eight that clearly suggest TAR will be a major topic.  As a user, student … Continue Reading

Is Social Media Discoverable? Stick to the Basics (Part III – Other Limitations on Discovery)

In addressing the discoverability of social media, we typically analyze three questions:  Is social media relevant to the claims or defenses at issue in your litigation?  If so, is it within your possession, custody, or control?  And, finally, is there anything else that may preclude or limit discovery of social media content? In two previous … Continue Reading

Advocating Proportionality? Start with the Rules!

You are preparing to advocate a proportional approach to discovery in your case, including informed limits on the information that will be preserved, collected, reviewed and produced.  But your opponent and the court are new to e-discovery in major litigation, and your opponent has resisted a meaningful early discussion of the myriad issues “that deserve … Continue Reading
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