Ediscovery Case Law Trends 2008-2013
Since 2000, Kroll Ontrack has tracked salient ediscovery case law. Each year, Kroll O...
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Ediscovery Case Law Trends 2008-1013

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Since 2008, ediscovery law has shifted from a focus on production and sanctions to one of procedural and spoliation issues.

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Ediscovery Case Law Trends 2008-1013

  1. 1. Ediscovery Case Law Trends 2008-2013 Since 2000, Kroll Ontrack has tracked salient ediscovery case law. Each year, Kroll Ontrack separates the cases by category and analyzes the impact of each area of ediscovery law. This year, Kroll Ontrack presents a look back at the trends in ediscovery law over the last six years. Since 2008, ediscovery law has shifted from a focus on production and sanctions to one of procedural and spoliation issues. For more ediscovery case summaries, visit http://www.ediscovery.com/pulse/ 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Sanctions Production Procedural Issues Preservation & Spoilation Cost201320122011201020092008 Production dominates due to Big Data and ESI volume Disputes over sanctions remain consistent as ediscovery expands Costs concerns stay steady Preservation issues rise as technology diversifies and proliferates TAR expands procedural debates Social media brings new questions of discoverability
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