"Comments and analysis about the Duke/Nifong case."
Discusses e-discovery issues, trends and news, including recent court cases and interviews with people in the legal industry.
Covers "the legal process management zeitgeist, from case law and industry trends to analyst reports, forums and emerging best practices."
"Insights—with an emphasis on facilitating the relationship between legal and technology professionals." Posts cover Internet law cases of interest and discuss e-discovery and the author's general thoughts about the use of social media.
Posts cover case law, sanctions and ethical issues related to e-discovery as well news about Catalyst and its staffers.
Posts address the author's solution to the problems of e-discovery: "a team approach combining the talents of law, information technology and science." Some posts are actually e-discovery science fiction.
"Each blog post: (a) identifies cases that address technology mishaps (either through negligence, ethical lapses in judgment, too much reliance on outside counsel and vendors, or fraud); (b) exposes the specific conduct that caused a problem; (c) explains how and why the conduct was improper; and (d) offers suggestions on how to learn from these mistakes and prevent similar ones from reoccurring."
"Helping the planet one case at a time ... maybe several cases at a time." Blog discusses environmental law with a focus on wildlife and endangered species.
Posts offer tips on conducting electronic discovery, including data searches, management techniques and new technologies.
"Candid analysis of the issues, process and technology involved in electronic discovery."
"Posts focus on privacy and EU data protection, ediscovery, and social media laws, cases and policies. Some examples are 'The Meaning of “Consent” in the EU Data Protection Framework: A New Article 29 Working Party Opinion', 'The Review of the EU Data Protection Framework v. The State of Online Consumer Privacy in the US' and 'Privacy, European Union Data Protection and EDiscovery'." Twitter Weekly Updates is a recurring column of aggregated tweets.
“Focuses on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Known as the ‘Rocket Docket,’ this court moves quickly in litigation, with most cases coming to trial (or being otherwise concluded) within 10 months after case filing. The EDVA Update monitors and highlights opinions important in civil, bankruptcy, and criminal cases, and the blog is written by trial lawyers who frequently appear in that court.”
E-discovery posts related to e-mail.
Posts summarize and offer commentary on cases related to e-discovery and note amendments to the rules of civil procedure.
Posts are about an entire range of legal-related subjects. Recent entries include "Confidentiality and Nondisclosure Agreements," "Enforcing Your Rights Against Auto Dealer Fraud" and "Mesothelioma Claims."
This blog discusses "many areas of employment law confronted by employers in today's workplace – and the changes regularly occurring there. Some of these changes include: drafting social media policies to govern employees' postings on the Internet; more vigorous enforcement by the EEOC; new laws that the NLRB makes that affect non-unionized workforces; changes to U.S., state, and international laws that global companies face; and changes that occur due to the current state of the economy."
"Offers the latest legal news and commentary on issues affecting today’s employers. Our labor and employment team posts best practice tips, checklists and updates designed to keep organizations of all sizes in compliance with federal and state employment laws."
"Information and commentary on employment class action cases affecting employers."
Posts discuss entertainment and media law issues, including analysis of legislation, intellectual property rights, updates on current cases and commentary on legal developments.
"A blog on employee benefits, employment, and tax issues."
"Escheatable is a ... blog of news, analysis, and commentary regarding abandoned and unclaimed property (escheat) law."
"This website’s purpose is to make it easier to listen to ideas on electronic discovery, identify national electronic discovery experts and make them more accessible, and provide a forum to find regional electronic discovery experts who are also thought leaders. Some of our shows highlight issues, and others are more general insights into what a particular expert thinks about the field at the time the show was taped."
"A collection of thoughts and observations from a small-firm litigator in practice, life, and management."
Every weekday, law professors post on the very latest rulings regarding the admissibility of evidence in criminal cases and what sorts of lines of questioning should be permitted at criminal trials. They also note differences between the federal rules of evidence and the rules of various states. Occasionally, they will comment on whether they think courts have reached the right outcomes in these evidence cases or note fishy behavior by prosecutors.
"Covering topics including expert witness news, expert testimony, researching experts, Daubert, expert witness marketing, and more."