Archive: July 5, 2006

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Court Denies Request for Forensic Examination of Opposing Party’s Hard Drives
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“Developing an Effective E-Discovery Response Plan” Session To Be Offered

Court Denies Request for Forensic Examination of Opposing Party’s Hard Drives

Advante Int’l Corp. v. Mintel Learning Tech., 2006 WL 1806151 (N.D. Cal. June 29, 2006)

In this order, the court denied defendant’s motion to allow the forensic examination of plaintiff’s computer hard drives. Although the court noted that, in some cases, it may be appropriate to allow a forensic examination of computer hard drives, it concluded that defendant’s unsupported accusations of misconduct did not justify the remedy sought: Read More

“Developing an Effective E-Discovery Response Plan” Session To Be Offered

Todd Nunn, Preston Gates partner, will be a featured speaker at the upcoming Estrin LegalEd Paralegal SuperConference Minneapolis on September 14-15, 2006.  The way in which e-discovery requests are handled can have a direct and profound impact on the outcome of litigation.  This workshop will illustrate the importance of having a well-reasoned response plan that provides the necessary guidance for efficiently preserving, collecting and reviewing for relevant documents, all while ensuring that e-discovery requests are dealt with promptly and with minimal impact on their ability to do business.  For complete conference information, click here.

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