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Using the court to drag your opponents production of ESI out of the stone age probably won’t work.

Author: Peter H. Robinson   Case Citation: Hyles v. N.Y. City, No. 10CIV3119ATAJP, (S.D.N.Y. Aug. 1, 2016)   Employee/Personnel/Employer implicated:   Employer, Employee   eLesson Learned: The court will not force a party to use predictive coding (TAR) as long as their preferred method of … Continue reading

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Fortune – 100 Best Companies to Work For in the US

Fortune’s 21st annual list of the country’s greatest places to work truly has something for everyone. Search the full list Explore the List Read more detail on Recent Technology posts –

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ABA resolution supporting work and funding of Library of Congress

“Urges Congress to approve appropriations necessary to enable the Library of Congress to adequately staff, maintain, modernize, and enhance its services, collections, facilities, digital projects and outreach efforts.” “The magnitude and maintenance of such a unique collection brings great challenges … Continue reading

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HAWSCT On Sufficiency Of Hawaiian Homes Commission's Legislative Funding: Quality Work, But There's Too Many Notes

Like Amadeus' Emperor Joseph, today's 4-1 ruling from the Hawaii Supreme Court in Nelson v. Hawaiian Homes Comm'n, No. SCAP-16-0000496 (Feb. 9, 2018), pretty much tells the lower courts (and, by extension, the state legislature) that the court thinks the … Continue reading

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