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New York Commercial Division Enacts New Rule to Promote More Efficient Privilege Logging

When responding to document requests or a subpoena duces tecum, litigants in New York traditionally have been faced with the onerous privilege log requirements set forth in Section 3122 of the New York Civil Practice Law and...more

New Commercial Division Rule Seeks to Streamline Privilege Log Requirements for Litigants

Effective September 2, 2014, the New York Supreme Court implemented a major change to the Commercial Division rules governing privilege logs submitted during the course of litigation. (See New York Supreme Court,...more

"Cost-Efficient Alternatives for Document Production Gaining Traction"

Tax controversies often involve voluminous document production and extensive privilege logs from multiple parties. The privilege issues can be complex and involve advice from multiple advisers potentially covering several...more

Serving Privilege Log After Denial of Protective Order

In this insurance case, the trial court denied State Farm’s motion for protective order. On Appeal, State Farm argued that the trial court should have conducted an in-camera review or addressed the objections to the...more

Top 5 Ediscovery Case Summaries – July 2013: Idaho - Special Master Analyzes “Overly Broad” Privilege Search Terms

Dornoch Holdings Int’l, LLC v. Conagra Foods, Lamb Weston, Inc., 2013 WL 2384235 (D. Idaho May 1, 2013). In this search dispute, the defendants objected that the key words used by a Special Master to create a 43,264...more

Fast Five - Rhode Island Appellate Practice: June 2013

This edition of the Fast Five on Rhode Island Appellate Practice features the final chapter of the case that is commonly known in Rhode Island as the “Lead Paint Case.” Two decisions issued by the Rhode Island Supreme Court...more

2013 Civil Procedure Rule Changes At A Glance

I recently wrote an article about several 2013 changes to the California Code of Civil Procedure, and how those changes affect in-house counsel. The importance of understanding these changes, however, is not limited to...more

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