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Jul 2019
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July 30, 2019

Discovery Best Practices

Now that you’ve seen the approved amendments, you no doubt agree they will significantly change civil discovery in Michigan state courts. While these changes bring challenges, they also bring...

Jul 2019
30
July 30, 2019

Discovery Center Newsletter - Summer 2019

The second edition of the Discovery Center Newsletter provides an in-depth overview of hot topics and case law spanning data analytics and eDiscovery. Please click on the individual article titles ...

Jul 2019
30
July 30, 2019

eDiscovery Case Brief Analysis 2018-2019

Henson v Turn, Inc 2018 WL 5281629 (ND Cal Oct 22, 2018)  In weighing privacy concerns in its proportionality analysis, the court found no authority for ordering plaintiffs to produce a comp...

Jul 2019
30
July 30, 2019

The Future of Taxable eDiscovery Costs: A Deeper Look at Rimini Street, Inc v Oracle USA, Inc

In March, the United States Supreme Court, in the context of a copyright infringement case, held that a district court could only tax to the losing party those costs specifically authorized under 2...

Jul 2019
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July 23, 2019

Michigan’s Marijuana Regulatory Agency Issues Emergency Rules for Adult-Use License Applicants and Establishments

On July 3, 2019, the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency (“MRA” or the “Agency”) Issued Emergency Rules (“Rules”) for adult-use license applicants and marijuana...

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