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How to Use the FRCP to Your Advantage – Rule 26(g)

  There are many court mandated procedural tools that exist in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.   However, we often get questions from attorneys that lead us to believe that many are not as familiar with the rules as they should be.  Granted, they are a little dry in their presentation, but in fact, they […]

eDiscovery Tips for Outside Counsel

    In a  prior article, “eDiscovery Trends that will Likely Impact Corporate Counsel in 2017” I discussed the increased role that Corporate Counsel needs to have in all facets of litigation regarding their enterprise to make sure that outside counsel are providing true inclusive full service advice.  Today I am going to focus on […]

Did You Know that Lawyers Have a Duty to be Technologically Competent?

Five years ago, in 2012, the American Bar Association approved some changes to the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, to make it clear that lawyers are required to be competent in the law and its practice as well as in the field of legal technology. What some viewed as long overdue, others viewed as a […]

Is Attorney Blogging a “Communication” Subject to the Rules of Professional Conduct?

The topic of legal blogging is outside the normal area that I cover in this eDiscovery blog, but I think it is important enough to bring to the attention of our reading audience.    After a number of years, no one really thinks about blogging anymore, it just is.  However, the State Bar of California recently […]

Talking Technology – Perspectives from the Federal Bench, Legal Tech 2016

I say it every year.  As a practicing attorney, if you are only going to attend one session at Legal Tech, it should be a panel where jurists are willing to impart their knowledge and impressions to a legal audience.  Getting information directly from judges is the best roadmap a litigator can have that might […]