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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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Supreme Court Adopts Amendments to Federal Rules, Many Impacting E-Discovery Practice, to Become Law on December 1, 2015

On April 29, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States adopted and submitted to Congress the current set of pending amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure ("FRCP"), many of which could have a significant impact on e-discovery and information governance practices. 

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Federal E-Discovery: Proportionality Is on the Rise

Litigation partners Christopher Boehning and Daniel Toal's Federal E-discovery column appeared in the April 5 issue of the New York Law Journal

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Federal E-Discovery: Court Opens Dangerous Door to Compulsory 'Quick Peek'

Litigation partners Christopher Boehning  and Daniel Toal's Federal E-discovery column appeared in the April 7 issue of the New York Law Journal. The article, "Court Opens Dangerous Door to Compulsory 'Quick Peek,'" discusses "quick peek" agreements under FRE 502(d), which can be used to expedite discovery because parties can reduce the amount of privilege review undertaken, secure in the knowledge that any privileged documents must be returned to the producing party without objection.

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Federal E-Discovery: Meta-Discovery Denied – Decision Limits Scrutiny of Methods

Litigation partners Christopher Boehning and Daniel Toal's Federal E-discovery column appeared in the February 3 issue of the New York Law Journal. The article, "Meta-Discovery Denied - Decision Limits Scrutiny of Methods," discusses Freedman v. Weatherford International, which involved a party seeking discovery of materials meant to test the sufficiency of the discovery methods used by a responding party.

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