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Making E-Discovery Work for You in Employment Claims

I know what you're thinking: Not another article about e-discovery requirements. Much ink has been spilled about the potential penalties when organizations and their counsel fail to take affirmative steps to preserve electronic evidence. Indeed, the focus on penalties is justified, since sanctions for spoliation of electronic records can include ad...

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E-Discovery Supporting Old-Fashioned Sanction Motions

Beginning with U.S. District Court Judge of the Southern District of New York Shira Scheindlin's landmark series of decisions in Zubulake, the specter of e-discovery sanctions seemed to hang like a cloud over civil litigation and civil litigators, threatening the unwary with an avalanche of draconian penalties for not understanding the technical an...

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Obermayer Launches E-Discovery and Information Group

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania - October 25, 2011 - The law firm of ObermayerRebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP announced today the creation of its E-Discovery andInformation Management Practice Group. The new group is in response to thegrowing need of businesses to meet the ever-changing obligations ofe-discovery. The E-Discovery and Information Practi...

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7th Circuit Pilot Program Could Have Wide-Ranging Impact

Mathieu J. Shapiro, partner and member of Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP’s Litigation Department and E-Discovery Practice Group, co-authored the article “7th Circuit Pilot Program Could Have Wide-Ranging Impact" published in the E-Discovery supplement of The Legal Intelligencer (January 31, 2012). Click on the link to read t...

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