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I’ve seen several people mention this article regarding a new NYC law regarding holding the developers of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms accountable for how they work. According to an article in Ars Technica, New York’s City Council last month adopted
Continue Reading NYC Law is First to Require Audits of Algorithms Used for Hiring and Promotion: Artificial Intelligence Trends

The period for the second annual eDiscovery Today 2022 State of the Industry Report Survey (sponsored by EDRM) is ending. Wednesday will be the last day for the survey, which means if you want to get a free copy, these
Continue Reading Last Chance to Participate in the Second Annual eDiscovery State of the Industry Survey!: eDiscovery Trends

In the Matter of In Re Skanska USA Civil Southeast Inc., et al., Florida Magistrate Judge Hope T. Cannon, calling this a “text book case of spoliation” granted in part the claimants’ spoliation motion, seeking sanctions against Skanska, including the
Continue Reading In a Text Book Case of Spoliation of Cell Phone Data, Court Sanctions Skanska: eDiscovery Case Law

In Stagger v. Experian Info. Sol., Inc., Illinois Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Cole granted the plaintiff’s motion to compel the defendant to respond to two document requests, finding that the defendant needed to re-produce an unredacted version of a report that
Continue Reading Bad Faith for Not Reviewing Documents for Relevance Before Asserting Privilege: eDiscovery Case Law

In Kalra v. Adler Pollock & Sheehan, No. 3:18-CV-00260 (KAD) (D. Conn. Nov. 5, 2021), Connecticut Kari A. Dooley, despite citing “egregious course of conduct by the Plaintiffs”, denied the defendants’ motion to dismiss Plaintiffs’ complaint as a sanction for
Continue Reading Egregious Track Record Aside, Court Denies Sanctions Request Against Plaintiffs: eDiscovery Case Law

Been meaning to cover this for over a week. The Sedona Conference® (TSC) and its Working Group 1 on Electronic Document Retention and Production (WG1) has announced that The Sedona Conference Primer on Crafting eDiscovery Requests with “Reasonable Particularity” (“Primer”)
Continue Reading Crafting eDiscovery Requests with “Reasonable Particularity” is the Latest Target for The Sedona Conference: eDiscovery Best Practices