NEW, COSTLY WORLD FOR E-DISCOVERY
- Leading Off. Fest, Glen // Bank Technology News;Mar2008, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p10
The article reports on the rise of the electronic message archiving business within the financial service industry as a result of the wave of lawsuits filed by shareholders or investors in the U.S. Although, many institutions reported loss, decline or in the red, there are still those who found...
- Committed To Riggs, But At What Cost? Sundaramoorthy, Geeta // American Banker;12/2/2004, Vol. 169 Issue 230, p1
Suggests that as more details emerge concerning the actions of Riggs National Corp. it is likely that PNC Financial Services Group Inc. will renegotiate its offer to buy the company. The two major issues that have come up recently to put extra doubt on the deal which include a lawsuit by the...
- Protecting Protective Orders: Misuse of U.S. Discovery in Canadian Antitrust Litigation. LOW, D. MARTIN; PARLIAMENT, LISA // Antitrust Magazine;Summer2012, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p38
The article focuses on Canadian laws related to documentary discovery in antitrust lawsuits. It states that allowing Canadian third party to have access to U.S. discovery material needs sufficiency of the evidentiary record. It mentions that confidentiality is not often granted in Canada related...
- Court OKs Merrill, Capmark Settlement. // American Banker;9/17/2010, Vol. 175 Issue F336, p15
The article discusses a bankruptcy court case in which a U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington, Delaware has agreed to settlement terms between U.S. wealth management firms Capmark Financial Group Inc. and Merrill Lynch's derivatives unit.
- Conquering Postindictment Discovery in the Digital Age. MABREY, TANIA // Criminal Justice;Summer2012, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p51
The article exposes the growing access of lawyers to electronically stored information (ESI) and discusses ways of optimizing e-discovery technologies for investigation and litigation purposes. It explains the method of data culling and the need for lawyers to understand the cost and time...
- LESSONS LEARNED. Fred, Sheryl // InsideCounsel;Jan2006, Vol. 16 Issue 170, p58
Presents several significant verdicts from the Fulbright & Jaworski's Second Annual Litigation Trends Survey and the lessons for corporations and lawyers to keep them out of trouble. Importance of the e-discovery as in the case Perelman v. Morgan; Lesson about tort reform implicated in the case...
- Discovery. Morgan, Ed // European Journal of International Law;1999, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p583
Evaluates the theoretical basis for and nature of the discovery process in the transnational litigation in the United States. Examination of case-laws; Debates over doctrines; Theories of personality and operations of procedural rules.
- Motions for Sanctions: Riding the Storm. Caldwell Jr., J. Richard; Keith, William P. // FDCC Quarterly;Winter2009, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p167
The article discusses the impact of a motion for sanctions for alleged discovery violations on defense counsel in litigation. It considers sanctions motions as a serious event that requires counsel's best efforts. It suggests the need formulate a discovery strategy at the beginning of the case...
- PRECLUDING DEFENDANTS FROM RELITIGATING SENTENCING FINDINGS IN SUBSEQUENT CIVIL SUITS. Ackerman, Wystan M. // Columbia Law Review;Jan2001, Vol. 101 Issue 1, p128
Discusses whether or not factual findings made at criminal sentencings should be the basis for issue preclusion in subsequent civil suits in the United States. U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals' ruling in 'SEC v. Monarch Funding Corp.'; Informal procedural and evidentiary rules; Burden of proof.