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Federal Circuit Vacates Lower Court’s Obviousness Finding Based on Incorrect Application of Inherency Doctrine - In Par Pharmaceutical, the Federal Circuit vacated an obviousness ruling by the district court, finding...more

Circuit Court Finds Failure to Provide Sufficient Evidence, Affirms Denial of Sanctions (Ohio)

Automated Solutions Corp. v. Paragon Data Sys., Inc., 2014 WL 2869286 (6th Cir. June 25, 2014). In this copyright infringement case, the plaintiff appealed a lower court’s ruling that denied the spoliation sanctions...more

Court Denies Monetary Sanctions Based on Overdesignation of Documents As Confidential-Outside Counsel Eyes Only But Orders...

In this patent infringement action brought by plaintiff Trustees of Boston University ("BU") , BU alleged that defendants infringed U.S. Patent No. 5,686,738 (the "'738 Patent"), which pertains to light emitting diodes...more

Top 5 Ediscovery Case Summaries – April 2013: Virginia - Insufficiently Detailed “Image Processing” Not Included in Taxable Costs

Taylor v. Mitre Corp., 2013 WL 588763 (E.D. Va. Feb. 13, 2013). Following a November 2012 order dismissing Family Medical Leave Act and Americans with Disabilities Act claims for the plaintiff’s “egregious spoliation” in...more

California Federal Court Awards Millions for Predictive Coding Costs in Document Review

A federal court in California recently awarded defendants in a patent infringement case more than $2.8 million in attorneys’ fees relating to the use of “predictive coding,” also known as “computer-assisted technology,” to...more

Computer-Assisted Review Costs Awarded in California Patent Case

Court finds that using technology to undertake more efficient document review is reasonable. On February 1, Judge Anthony J. Battaglia of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California awarded more...more

Sanctioning Spoliation of Evidence

Today’s Take: Sanctions for the Automatic Deletion of Evidence by Computers In my recent blog post entitled Preserving Evidence Through Demand Letters, we discussed how a demand letter can trigger the duty to preserve...more

Social Media and Discovery: New Technology, but the Old Rules Still Apply

Originally published in Laches (Aug. 2011). 1. SOCIAL MEDIA INFORMATION IS GENERALLY DISCOVERABLE Social media has dramatically changed how humans interact with each other and the digital footprint left by...more

Is It Permissible for a Lawyer to Befriend a Witness on Facebook In Order to Gather Information for a Lawsuit?

Ever worry that what you do on a social networking site could be used against you in a court of law? While no one is recommending that Facebook provide users with its own version of the Miranda rights, two Bar Associations...more

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