A recent decision declined to find the requisite “intent to deprive” when a plaintiff was unable to produce text messages because his phone had been stolen and he had not taken measures to back up its contents, despite initiating litigation almost a year prior to the theft.
Joe Tate and Nicole Gill offer insight on a decision regarding possession, custody, or control in a recent case between PGA, Inc., and professional golfers.
CODISCOVR Counsel Nicole Gill was recently quoted in an article for Legaltech News on how diverging possession, custody, or control tests impact eDiscovery outcomes.
In a recent decision, Google was sanctioned for its failure to suspend the auto-deletion of internal Google Chat messages following the issuance of a litigation hold
On Tuesday, May 9, 2023, CODISCOVR Managing Director Joe Tate will be on the panel of Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law's upcoming CLE program.
A recent decision illustrates the importance of ensuring data is properly preserved following the onset of litigation.
This Justice Department mishap illustrates the importance of avoiding inadvertent disclosures of confidential information, which are difficult to put “back in the box” once it has been viewed by opposing counsel.
On Wednesday, March 29, CODISCOVR Managing Director Joe Tate will speak at this CLE class in Washington, D.C., for new and more experienced attorneys alike seeking practical tips on drafting privilege logs.
On Friday, March 24, CODISCOVR Managing Director Joe Tate will speak at The Sedona Conference Institute's program in Atlanta, Georgia, focused on practical strategies to avoid or resolve conflicts that commonly occur around electronically stored information.
CODISCOVR Managing Director Joe Tate has been promoted to Member at Cozen O'Connor.
Judges will ultimately determine the proportionality of discovery based on what they believe is essentially needed. That need is best defined by an appropriately negotiated ESI protocol with reasonable search terms.
While the concepts of possession, custody, and control have blurred in our electronic world, there are a few emerging trends. CODISCOVR Counsel Joe Tate and Nicole Gill share insight.
On Thursday, March 16, CODISCOVR Counsel Joe Tate and Nicole Gill, will speak at this seminar focused on workplace security, data protection, and crisis communications for small to mid-sized law firms.
On Tuesday, January 24, CODISCOVR Counsel Joe Tate and Nicole Gill spoke to the Association of Corporate Counsel's Litigation Network about the intersection of information governance and eDiscovery.
Nicole Gill will speak on the panel “Exploring Data From the People’s Republic of China” at The Sedona Conference Working Group 6 (WG6) Annual Meeting.
Nicole Gill has been selected to join The Sedona Conference Working Group Series 6 Brainstorming Group (WG6) on the Data Security Law and Personal Information Protection Law in the People’s Republic of China.
Joe Tate was quoted in an article published by Legaltech News that discusses organizations’ struggle to hire and retain eDiscovery project managers.
Joe Tate and Nicole Gill attended the Sedona Conference's 2022 eDiscovery Negotiation Training.
Joe Tate and Nicole Gill published an article to The Legal Intelligencer discussing how as the eDiscovery lifecycle has matured, information governance has taken on a more prominent and important role as the foundational stage of the process.
Nicole Marie Gill and Emily Plowcha published an article to Bloomberg Law discussing technological solutions for eDiscovery professionals when working remotely.
Joe Tate was quoted in an article published by Legaltech News discussing how he hasn’t seen the demand for eDiscovery talent in the market this high in years.
Joe Tate and Emily Plowcha contributed an article to The Legal Intelligencer discussing how the remote work environment has significantly impacted eDiscovery and the ethical obligations of attorneys in the ever-evolving technological and legal landscape.