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Michael Goldstein of Mound, Cotton - Civil eDiscovery Rules for Reinsurance Arbitration Part 5
Posted on 19 May 2010 by HB Litigation Conferences

(Please visit the site to view this video) Are overreaching e-discovery demands a tactic that arbitrators need to manage? See how Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass partner Michael H. Goldstein answers that question in this clip, produced by HB Litigation... Read More

Michael Goldstein of Mound, Cotton - Civil eDiscovery Rules for Reinsurance Arbitration Part 1
Posted on 19 May 2010 by HB Litigation Conferences

(Please visit the site to view this video) Do the new e-discovery rules in civil procedure impact reinsurance arbitrations? See how Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass partner Michael H. Goldstein answers that question in this clip, produced by HB... Read More

Michael Goldstein of Mound, Cotton - Civil eDiscovery Rules for Reinsurance Arbitration Part 4
Posted on 19 May 2010 by HB Litigation Conferences

(Please visit the site to view this video) Isn't the evidence gathered in deep e-discovery valuable in reinsurance arbitration? See how Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass partner Michael H. Goldstein answers that question in this clip, produced... Read More

E-mail E-Discovery - Can I Have Attachments With That Order?
Posted on 10 Nov 2011 by Dennis Kiker

By Dennis Kiker Abu Dhabi Comm. Bank v. Morgan Stanley , 2011 WL 3738979 (S.D.N.Y. Aug. 18, 2011) presents an interesting, but, I would have thought, pretty simple question: When a party produces e-mail, must it also produce non-privileged attachments... Read More

Michael Goldstein of Mound, Cotton - Civil eDiscovery Rules for Reinsurance Arbitration Part 3
Posted on 19 May 2010 by HB Litigation Conferences

(Please visit the site to view this video) Don't the civil e-discovery rules have an upside in reinsurance arbitrations? See how Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass partner Michael H. Goldstein answers that question in this clip, produced by HB... Read More