Crystal Ball: Craig Ball’s 2009 E-Discovery Predictions: Craig Ball, an Austin-based attorney and forensics consultant, joins Law Technology News’ editor-in-chief Monica Bay for a lively discussion about what’s ahead in electronic data discovery. Will it be a year of assimilation rather than innovation? Will lawyers stop shaking their fists and start embracing e-discovery? MP3
Part 2: Brain Drain: What happens when your ex-employee walks out with crucial, proprietary company data, and joins your biggest competitor? Craig Ball, Law Technology News’ e-discovery columnist and editor Monica Bay discuss What should you do – and not do – to protect your interests, and information. MP3
Part 3: Grimm Prognosis: Are lawyers qualified to craft key words for searching discovery documents? That’s one of the most important questions addressed in a landmark 2008 case, Victor Stanley Inc. v. Creative Pipe Inc. Craig Ball, Law Technology News’ e-discovery columnist and editor Monica Bay discuss why Judge Grimm is hailed for his insightful rulings in the case, and how his opinion is helping shape trends in e-discovery. MP3
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This edition of The ESI Report, features a member of the federal judiciary and an international computer forensics expert, along with recent e-discovery case law. In the Buzz, Chief Magistrate Judge Paul W. Grimm discusses adequate keyword searches, inadvertent waivers of privilege and Victor Stanley v. Creative Pipe with Special Correspondent Gina Jytyla, Kroll Ontrack Staff Attorney. In the Bits & Bytes Legal Analysis segment, Meridith Socha, Kroll Ontrack Legal Correspondent, focuses on e-discovery issues examined in In re Intel Corp. Microprocessor Antitrust Litigation. Want to know more about international e-discovery and forensics? In the Spotlight, Michele Lange, Attorney and Director of Legal Technologies at Kroll Ontrack, talks with Ben Pasco, Managing Director of Legal Technologies, Kroll Ontrack in the Asia Pacific region.