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Federal E-Discovery and the FRCP: How the New Amendments Impact E-Discovery Practice

In this video interview, litigation partner Chris Boehning discusses two key changes in the amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which focus on the rules governing sanctions and proportionality.

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Federal E-Discovery: Commentary Provides Guidance on BYOD Discovery

Litigation partners Christopher Boehning and Daniel Toal’s latest Federal E-Discovery column appeared in the August 6 issue of the New York Law Journal. 

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Federal E-Discovery: CLOUD Act Governs Warrants for Data Stored Outside U.S.

Litigation partners Christopher Boehning and Daniel Toal’s latest Federal E-Discovery column appeared in the June 5 issue of the New York Law Journal.

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Federal E-Discovery: Reasonableness, Proportionality are Guiding Principles for TAR

Litigation partners Christopher Boehning and Daniel Toal’s latest Federal E-Discovery column appeared in the February 6 issue of the New York Law Journal. 

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Federal E-Discovery: SCOTUS Will Review Extraterritorial Reach of Search Warrants

Litigation partners Christopher Boehning and Daniel Toal’s latest Federal E-Discovery column appeared in the December 5 issue of the New York Law Journal. 

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Federal E-Discovery: In ‘Van Zant’, Court Sanctions Party for Spoliation of Non-Party’s Text Messages

In their latest column on federal e-discovery in the New York Law Journal, litigation partners Christopher Boehning and Daniel Toal discuss Van Zant, a recent decision in the Southern District of New York in which the court granted spoliation sanctions against a litigant because of the actions of a non-party.

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