Data. Spoliations. Sanctions. Snapchat? With the mass proliferation of data types and uses of data, 2019 saw quite a few interesting cases, including some involving unusual data sources like Snapchat. With new data sources playing a bigger role in our everyday lives, it's important for attorneys and in-house counsel to understand the way the Court interprets them—and what is expected of plaintiffs and defendants in those cases.
Read our 2019 roundup of the most popular Case Law Alerts, according to our readers, and learn:
Cautionary tales for how not to conduct discovery
How mishandling data can lead to spoliation sanctions
What a ""reasonable request"" for data looks like in the eyes of the Court
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