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TweetA recent unanimous  New York State Appellate Division decision in VOOM Holdings v. EchoStar Satellite LLC 600292/08 (1st Dep’t, 1/31/12) represented the first time a New York State court applied the federal standard for the spoliation of electronic evidence set out in the New York Southern District case Zubulake v. UBS Warburg LLC, 220 F.R.D. 212 (S.D.N.Y. […]


TweetIf you’ve been involved in international civil or criminal proceedings, you might have had trouble obtaining potentially relevant materials. This is no surprise because some countries are very protective of their or their citizens’ privacy. Additionally, others don’t enforce or don’t have relevant laws. LawTech Europe Congress 2012 is a conference dedicated to the discussion of […]


TweetHere’s what you missed on Connected. Resources for Learning About Unbundling Stephanie Kimbro is leading the charge for our late April theme week on unbundling legal services, which she defines as “a form of delivering legal services where the lawyer breaks down the tasks associated with a legal matter and only provides representation to the […]