Recent corporate litigation cases gone wrong — and sometimes right
See how dropping the ball in ediscovery is hurting litigation outcomes
It’s here! Get your copy of Zapproved’s Ediscovery Case Law Summaries, Summer 2018 edition, today. This fresh collection of recent wins and losses in corporate ediscovery case law focuses on matters of spoliation, proportionality, scope, and cooperation.
Be sure to see these accounts of when litigation readiness saved the day — or failed to launch. You’ll discover how courts are treating corporate disputes and the real-world pitfalls to avoid, like not issuing proper legal hold notices, destroying metadata by improperly collecting electronically stored information, and failing to establish that evidence has in fact been lost.
We’ve focused our efforts on a few critical topics, such as spoliation — including cases where evidence was spoliated and a few cases where it wasn’t. We’re also taking a closer look at issues surrounding proportionality and scope, since these are key to determining the extent of required discovery under the amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Finally, we wrap up with a case of how non-cooperation led to stiff daily sanctions.
Don’t miss this new summer 2018 edition highlight these cases:
– Waymo LLC v. Uber Techs., Inc.
– White v. United States
– Leidig v. Buzzfeed, Inc.
– Youngevity Int’l Corp. v. Smith
– Eaton-Stephens v. Grapevine Colleyville Indep. Sch. Dist.
– Klipsch Grp., Inc. v. ePRO E-Commerce Ltd.
– Hurd v. City of Lincoln
– Winfield v. City of New York?
– Firefighters’ Ret. Sys. v. Citco Ltd.
– Campbell v. Chadbourne & Parke LLP
– Fairholme Funds, Inc. v. United States?
– Padron v. Watchtower Bible & Tract Soc’y of New York, Inc.
Check out these new case law summaries, in one convenient volume, to get up-to-the-moment ediscovery best practices you can follow in 2018 and beyond.