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Legal Operations

Remote Depositions Bring Greater Efficiency to Litigation

Ron Carey, chief revenue officer with Esquire Deposition Solutions, discusses the use of remote deposition technology, how the COVID-19 pandemic supercharged the trend, and why it’s here to stay.

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E-Discovery

Yesterday’s Collection Woes Need Not Be Today’s (or Tomorrow’s) Problem

Collection is often considered the most technically rigorous and complex phase of e-discovery—it involves the acquisition of potentially relevant electronically stored information (ESI) from native sources into an eDiscovery platform for investigation or review. Collection is also the stage at which large and unexpected risks, time delays and unnecessary costs can quickly spiral out of control.

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Litigation

Courts Disagree About the Key Work Product Doctrine’s Motivation Element

The work product doctrine requires: (1) litigation; (2) anticipation; and (3) motivation. And even though the work product doctrine rests on a single sentence in the Federal Rules, federal courts ironically take more varied approaches to the motivation element than they do toward the usually common law-based privilege protection.

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