This is the first in a series of posts about reviewing native Excel files produced by parties in litigation. We’ve finally reached a tipping point in litigation where the production of native Excel files (rather than inscrutable thousand-page printouts) is the rule rather than the exception. 459 more words
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AJ Holdings Group v. IP Holdings, LLC and ICONIX Brand Group, Index No. 600530/2009, 9/15/14 (Scarpulla, J.).
By Michael Farinacci | Staff Writer
Contract; breach; adverse inference; electronic discovery; spoliation; sanctions
Plaintiff entered into a license agreement with defendants. Plaintiff alleged that defendants breached the agreement by prematurely terminating it without notice and failing to return $2.6 million dollars. 405 more words
What is the true cost of ediscovery?
Are you just about to throw in the towel and settle an otherwise winnable case just because the price you have from an ediscovery “solutions” supplier for collecting, processing, reviewing & processing those documents is more than the amount of the dispute? 114 more words