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Exercising Discretion and Lifting Sanctions: The Case of CrossFit’s Big Win Against Discovery Violations 

A federal judge in California awarded severe sanctions on Dec. 4, 2019 in the case of CrossFit, Inc. v. National Strength and Conditioning Association. CrossFit sued the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) for publishing false data that damages the workout company’s image and revenue.

Filed under: ediscovery

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When a Deal Goes Wrong, Possession is Not Nine-Tenths of the Law

The ways that businesses communicate have changed a great deal over the past twenty years. In the good ol’ days, most communicative dealings happened in a prestigious boardroom or over the phone, with no record of exactly what transpired other than a signed contract.

Filed under: BYOD, ediscovery

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How Ephemeral Messaging Can Affect eDiscovery Compliance

Litigators and corporate clients must stay up to date with new technologies and be aware the legal implications that are implicit with new technologies.

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Five Reasons Litigators Should Use Technology-Assisted Review for Every Case

Advanced predictive coding solutions like technology-assisted review (“TAR”) are gaining popularity in the legal field. TAR uses artificial intelligence and allows litigators to streamline document review in ways they never imagined.

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