Wilson Elser is pleased to provide the 2018 ESI Case Law Update, our annual compendium of cases dealing with issues and developments surrounding electronically stored information (ESI). It is a rare case that does not involve the preservation, review and production of ESI. Your knowledge of the tools and regulations could mean the difference between sanctions and compliance.
Courts increasingly expect parties and their counsel to assume an active supervisory role in implementing and monitoring litigation holds and throughout the document review process. Litigants are expected to involve their information technology departments as key stakeholders in the preservation process. Whatever your level of sophistication on the topic, a solid understanding of the concepts and best practices addressed in the ESI Case Law Update is essential to maintaining defensibility and minimizing costs in e-Discovery. Wilson Elser has the knowledge and experience to assist you in complying with ESI requirements in today's discovery-centric world of litigation.
See below to access prior ESI Case Law Updates:
- 2017 ESI Case Law Update
- 2016 ESI Case Law Update
- 2015 ESI Case Law Update
- 2014 ESI Case Law Update
- 2013 ESI Case Law Update
- 2012 ESI Case Law Update
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