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Connnecticut Court Orders Metadata Produced

By William A. Ruskin Connecticut state courts have not provided a rule to address electronic discovery that would give guidance to litigants in a manner similar to the federal rules. In a significant decision, issued on November 18, 2011, the Hon. Barbara Brazzel-Massaro, who sits in Complex Litigation...

Troutman Sanders LLP: 'Waive'-ing Goodbye To Privilege Protection

The attorney-client and work product privileges are some of the oldest and most important evidentiary privileges in our legal system. The attorney-client privilege, in particular, is regarded by some as almost "sacred." Given their importance, you would think that these privileges would be...

Troutman Sanders LLP: 'Waive'-ing Goodbye to Privilege Protection

The attorney-client and work product privileges are some of the oldest and most important evidentiary privileges in our legal system. The attorney-client privilege, in particular, is regarded by some as almost "sacred." Given their importance, you would think that these privileges would be...

Ballard Spahr LLP: Federal Court Addresses Frequently Overlooked Nuances of Electronic Document Production

By Philip N. Yannella and Thomas J. Gallagher IV U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul S. Grewal of the Northern District of California recently issued an order in Venture Corp., Ltd. v. Barrett shedding light on the meaning of two Federal Rules of Civil Procedure governing document production. One rule requires...