Browsing: ESI

A recent ruling on a patent case out of the U.S. District Court in Delaware reminds litigants of the old adage “be careful what you ask for.”  The Takeda Pharmaceutical Company v. Teva Pharmaceuticals (2010 WL 2640492 (D.Del)) ruling is also a wake-up call to enterprises to get their house […]


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How many of you actually know what ESI you have and where it is? I mean really know—not just: well, it’s probably in the email server or the share drives or maybe the SharePoint server. If you don’t fully know what you  have in your email server, including how old […]


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Today’s information-dependent organizations generate and receive mountains of information each day. This avalanche of information is intended to have business value – but this value is only apparent if the information can be effectively utilized. Organizations that do not actively manage their information are being overwhelmed by it. Additional storage […]


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In a recent case; Accessdata Corp. v. ALSTE Tech. GMBH, 2010 WL 3184777 (D. Utah Jan. 21, 2010), the Plaintiff, an American company, sought to compel defendant’s production of documents, including information related to customer complaints and defendant’s technical support of non-customers.  Defendant objected to the interrogatories and requests for production […]


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Why should corporate legal departments care about eDiscovery and civil litigation? Well for starters, if you stay in corporate legal long enough it will raise its ugly head and cause you sleepless nights. For those of you corporate legal types that don’t follow the news or read the legal journals […]


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