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Brian Jones Presents at IndyBar’s “Discoverability of Social Media” Seminar

Today, Brian Jones of Bose McKinney & Evans LLP and Elizabeth Lally of Rubin & Levin, LLP, discussed the “Discoverability of Social Media” at the Indianapolis Bar Association’s headquarters in Indianapolis. Here is a pdf of the presentation: Be sure … Continue reading

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Northern District of Indiana Approves Keyword Culling Prior to Predictive Coding; Can Skynet, LLP Be Far Behind?

Recently, Judge Miller in the Northern District of Indiana approved the use of predictive coding in a large, multidistrict litigation concerning certain hip implants manufactured by Biomet. As the order notes, Biomet started with a universe of about 19.5 million … Continue reading

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New Model Order Aims to Rein In Expense of E-Discovery

As many have learned, the expense of pursuing electronic discovery can drive the outcome of a lawsuit to a greater extent than the merits of a case.  So what can be done to get e-discovery costs in check and refocus … Continue reading

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