Electronic Discovery Law
Panel Discusses Differences in Electronic Discovery in New York State and Federal Courts
During the New York State Bar Association's Annual 2005 Meeting of the Commercial and Federal Litigation Law Section, a panel of attorneys and judges discussed current issues in connection with electronic discovery and differences in state and federal courts.
Federal and New York State electronic discovery cases were noted, with substantial discussion centered upon Judge Scheindlin's Zubulake decisions. Panelist comments covered topics including spoliation, litigation holds, cost shifting, rule changes, and procedural matters.
A transcript of the discussion, published in NYLitigator, can be found here.
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