IPRO Law Archive
December 9, 2019
Is eDiscovery Existing in a Post-Sanctions World?
Is eDiscovery Existing in a Post-Sanctions World? The short answer is no. But recent case law indicates a trend where sanctions seem to be harder…
October 8, 2019
Should Mobile Devices be Imaged for eDiscovery? Recent Case Law Provides Insight
Deciding whether mobile devices should be imaged can be difficult when it comes to eDiscovery. That’s why we have case law to guide the way.
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.
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?
July 30, 2019
Where Does eDiscovery Fit in the Facial Recognition Conversation?
Legal & tech collide in the discussion of law enforcement's use of facial recognition software. Read how eDiscovery has a role in this emerging technology.
July 2, 2019
Two Murder Investigations in the Last Week Highlight the Role of eDiscovery in Criminal Investigations
New data types are being used to solve crimes, and eDiscovery is vital for handling the electronic data in these criminal investigations.
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