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Top News Stories of the Week – September 29

Electronic Voting and eDiscovery May Collide in 2016 Presidential Election. A new article explores the possible interplay between eDiscovery and electronic voting in the 2016 presidential election. Read more here. The Norton Rose Fulbright Litigation Trends Survey. Norton Rose Fulbright has once again published its annual litigation trends survey, which spotlights

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Top News Stories of the Week – May 20

Oracle v. Google Trial Highlights Importance of Privilege Reviews. The copyright infringement trial between tech titans Oracle and Google may turn on one email that Google originally withheld under the lawyer-client privilege. Read more here. Maricopa County Sheriff Facing Contempt, Possible Criminal Charges for Evidence Destruction, Violations of Court Orders.

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Top News Stories of the Week – May 12

Tech Adoption Becoming Critical for In-house Lawyers. A clear, critical trend for in-house legal departments is investment in enterprise legal management solutions. Read more here. Simplifying Litigation with Intelligent Technology. Big Law Business recently profiled CTRL sponsor FactBox with a brief yet enlightening piece on how its offerings can simplify

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A New eDiscovery Challenge: Addressing Predictive Coding Court Orders

Lawyers have become somewhat comfortable with the notion that they can use predictive coding in eDiscovery when it best serves the interests of their clients. Such a position is not really controversial since it is consistent with the overarching eDiscovery doctrine that a responding party is best situated to determine

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