The landmark Zubulake e-discovery decisions were the first of many to transform a narrow duty not to spoliate into a much broader duty to affirmatively preserve all possibly relevant evidence when there exists a “reasonable anticipation of litigation.” But have these judicial opinions gone too far? In the December edition of Law Technology Now, Robert...
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Daniel B. Rodriguez is the Harold Washington Professor at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law. He served as dean...
Daniel W. Linna Jr. has a joint appointment at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law and McCormick School of Engineering...
THE ORRICK YEARS Ralph served as Chairman & CEO of Orrick for nearly a quarter century, leading the firm...
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|Published:||December 5, 2011|
|Podcast:||Law Technology Now|
Law Technology Now features key players, in the legal technology community, discussing the top trends and developments in the legal technology world.
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