What Is Scope?

What Is Scope?

Defining the extent of discovery for an ediscovery matter Scope describes the extent of discovery that the parties — sometimes with the court’s intervention — agree to produce in a case. Scope is generally defined by Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(b)(1). It...
What Is Document Review?

What Is Document Review?

Defining the document review phase of ediscovery What is document review? Also known as simply review, document review is the stage of the EDRM in which organizations examine documents connected to a litigation matter to determine if they are relevant, responsive, or...
What is the FRCP?

What is the FRCP?

A primer on the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, commonly referred to as the FRCP, govern how federal district courts conduct civil cases. (The rules for criminal cases are established in the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure.)...
300 GB Email Search Rejected in Ediscovery Case

300 GB Email Search Rejected in Ediscovery Case

Rembrandt Diagnostics, LP v. Innovacon, Inc., No. 3:16-cv-0698 CAB (NLS), 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 164015 (S.D. Cal. Oct. 3, 2017). In this patent case, the court denied the plaintiff’s motion to compel in full. The court concluded that the defendant need not conduct an...