Extract from Exterro's "Top 10 E-Discovery Cases of 2018"
With updates to the FRCP few and generally far-between, e-discovery case law plays a critical role in defining how law firms, legal service providers, and enterprises approach e-discovery. They codify what the courts consider reasonable, defensible, and proportional to a given legal matter and define the precedents that apply in future cases.
Stay up to date on 2018 e-discovery case law with this new white paper from Exterro's E-Discovery Case Law Library Project, which compiles the 10 most popular case law rulings from our website and blog, as well as commentary on them from Hon. Andrew Peck, US Magistrate Judge, S.D.N.Y. (Ret.).
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