Case in Point: Causal Elements in the Evolution of eDiscovery




In this exclusive interview featuring Ronald Hedges, former US Magistrate, District of New Jersey, we explore the changing nature of eDiscovery and the contributing case law. We ask Ronald his opinion on the impact of the Duke conference and if he forsee’s any major changes to the federal rules on civil procedure. In an ever evolving legal landscape, we also discuss how social media is affecting the scope of eDiscovery (as seen in the case of McMillen vs Hummingbird Speedway).
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In this exclusive interview featuring Ronald Hedges, former US Magistrate, District of New Jersey, we explore the changing nature of eDiscovery and the contributing case law. We ask Ronald his opinion on the impact of the Duke conference and if he forsee’s any major changes to the federal rules on civil procedure. In an ever evolving legal landscape, we also discuss how social media is affecting the scope of eDiscovery (as seen in the case of McMillen vs Hummingbird Speedway).  ...
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