IPRO eDiscovery Case Law Archive

October 1, 2019

Fitbit Data Provides Clues in Murder Case: eDiscovery & Criminal Investigation

eDiscovery is part of a criminal investigation when Detectives used data from the victim’s Fitbit and a neighbor’s Ring digital doorbell camera.

September 18, 2019

Redaction Errors in Federal Opioid Case Reveal Importance of Legal Technology

Law firms should ensure they have legal redaction technology in place along with the processes to ensure that technology is used.

August 29, 2019

How 3 Cases Involving Self-Driving Cars Highlight eDiscovery and the IoT

3 cases show how self-driving cars (and the data they collect) continue to highlight the role eDiscovery plays when it comes to the Internet of…

August 6, 2019

It’s Not Just About the Money (or Privacy): The Role of Specificity, Technology, and FRCP Rule 26

The guidelines for proportionality and scope are very clearly laid out in FRCP Rule 26. How does modern technology affect how it applies?

June 25, 2019

Deleted ESI Doesn’t Automatically Mean Sanctions: Two Recent Cases Highlight the Spoliation Thresholds in FRCP Rule 37(e)

Two recent cases show how strictly judges are adhering to the spoliation thresholds laid out in FRCP Rule 37(e) and how it effects your eDisocvery process.

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