Bow Tie Law eDiscovery Podcasts

Bow Tie Law eDiscovery Podcasts

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Joshua Gilliland, Esq., from the Bow Tie Law blog, discusses eDiscovery concepts including form of production, undue burden, search terms, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and the Federal Rules of Evidence.


Court Ordered Search of Personal Email Used for Business
Jan 7 • 3 min
ESI Protocols cannot be used to shield previously unknown discovery from search.
Rule 34(b)(2)(E) Production Organization Requirements
Dec 29, 2018 • 6 min
Understanding the difference Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 34(b)(2)(E)(i) and 34(b)(2)(E)(ii).
Protecting Fictional Characters
Jul 13, 2017 • 54 min
Audio recording of my new CLE on Protecting Fictional Characters, presented at the Orange County Bar Association, on June 26, 2017. Here is the program description: Owners and creators of fictional characters run the gambit in protecting their works of…
Failure to Show Good Cause for Cost Shifting
Jun 2, 2017 • 6 min
Case law discussion of Hawa v. Coatesville Area Sch. Dist., 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 37675, where the Defendants sought 80% cost-shifting for their discovery costs based on purported undue burden because the data was not reasonably accessible.
Rule 37(e) Now in Living Color
Apr 10, 2016 • 26 min
One of the first cases applying Rule 37(e) for the destruction of text messages is Living Color Enters. v. New Era Aquaculture Ltd. S.D.Fla. Mar. 22, 2016, No. 14-cv-62216-MARRA/MATTHEWMAN) 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 39113. Attorney Chris Dix from Smith, Hu…
The Return of ECA
Apr 6, 2016 • 15 min
Early Case Assessment was a fireball in the night in eDiscovery marketing, then was outshined by other important eDiscovery topics, from litigation holds to predictive coding. Dave Cochran from Planet Data joined me for this sponsored podcast to discus…
Tom O’Connor at ASU Arkfeld eDiscovery Conference
Mar 11, 2016 • 23 min
My friend Tom O’Connor sat down with me at Michael Arkfeld’s eDiscovery Conference at Arizona State University to discuss the new Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Join us to hear our eDiscovery adventures.
Objecting with Specificity in Kissing Camels Surgery Ctr., LLC v. Centura Health Corp.
Mar 3, 2016 • 9 min
A summary of Magistrate Judge Nina Y. Wang’s thoughtful opinion of the new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure in Kissing Camels Surgery Ctr., LLC v. Centura Health Corp. (D.Colo. Jan. 22, 2016, Civil Action No. 12-cv-03012-WJM-NYW) 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS …
Proportionality and Early Discovery: A Discussion on the Amendments to the FRCP
Feb 26, 2016 • 33 min
Neda Shakoori, Esq., of McManis Faulker, met with me to discuss the 2015 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Neda shared her thoughts on how lawyers can engage in proportionality analysis; early discovery before the meet and confer; obj…
The Importance of Meet & Confers to Resolve Discovery Disputes
Feb 22, 2016 • 5 min
A summary of Cedar Grove Composting, Inc. v. Ironshore Specialty Ins. Co. (W.D.Wash. Dec. 23, 2015, No. C14-1443RAJ) 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 171576, where Judge Richard Jones defined “meaningfully cooperating” in discovery in a discovery dispute over mat…
California eDiscovery Competency
Feb 18, 2016 • 15 min
A discussion on the California eDiscovery Duty of Competency in Formal Opinion 2015-193, focusing on how to be competent in each stage of discovery.
Email Discovery with Katie Cullen Montgomerie
Nov 12, 2015 • 22 min
Katie Cullen Montgomerie from Fookes Software joined me to discuss email in discovery. We discussed the different types of metadata in email, different file types of email, and the importance of email status in litigation. Katie also explained de-dupli…
Mobile and Cloud eDiscovery
Nov 3, 2015 • 9 min
Howard Reissner, CEO of Planet Data, joined me to discuss how courts are becoming increasingly more insistent on handling, collecting, and producing mobile and cloud data. Howard shared his thoughts on the demands being placed on law firms and how reas…
Be Specific to Compel the Producing Party to Label a Production
Sep 23, 2015 • 4 min
What is necessary to successfully challenge a production format that is only Bates labeled, but does not contain an index? The answer is more than claiming the production does not comply with Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 34(b)(2)(E)(i). Hear mo…
Proportionality Between Asymmetrical Parties
Sep 14, 2015 • 8 min
How does a Court balance proportionality between asymmetrical parties? City of Sterling Heights Gen. Emples. Ret. Sys. v. Prudential Fin., 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 110712 is an excellent example of balancing the proportionality interests between a motion …
Dropbox Non-party PMK Witnesses
Sep 7, 2015 • 5 min
Case summary of Intermarine, LLC v. Spliethoff Bevrachtingskantoor, B.V., 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 112689, *5-6 (N.D. Cal. Aug. 20, 2015). Does Dropbox (or any close storage company) have to provide a PMK witness to testify in every case they produce ESI …
Think Though Your Privilege Review
Sep 3, 2015 • 7 min
A case study of privilege logs in United States v. Louisiana, 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 100238, *3 (M.D. La. July 31, 2015). The podcast covers the requirements for an effective privilege log, best practices for review, and tips on using a review applicati…
Processing Mobile Data for ECA and Review
May 26, 2015 • 14 min
Mike Wade, Chief Technology Officer for Planet Data, sat down with Josh Gilliland to discuss the complexities of processing metadata from mobile devices in part three of the Planet Data series. Mike explained how metadata from mobile devices is differe…
Mobile Forensic Experts Discuss SmartPhone Collection Strategies
Apr 23, 2015 • 26 min
Brad Berkshire and Russ Capps from Planet Data join Joshua Gilliland to discuss mobile forensics. Both discuss collection best practices, strategies, and how they would approach the following hypothetical: Executive at start-up uses personal cell p…
Are Read Receipt Emails Party Admissions?
Mar 31, 2015 • 5 min
Hearsay is an out of court statement offered for the truth of the matter asserted. Are read receipt emails hearsay? If they are, are the messages party admissions? I discuss these issues and more from Fox v. Leland Volunteer Fire/Rescue Dep’t Inc., 20…
Blame It on Rio: Predictive Coding and TAR in 2015
Mar 13, 2015 • 19 min
Drew Lewis, Esq., and Joshua Gilliland, Esq., discuss the meaning of the Rio Tinto Plc v. Vale S.A., 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 24996, 8 (S.D.N.Y. Mar. 2, 2015), the new Predictive Coding and TAR case by Judge Andrew Peck. The podcast addresses the importan…
eDiscovery Mobile Device Ethics
Mar 11, 2015 • 20 min
Howard Reissner, Esq., CEO of Planet Data, sat down with Joshua Gilliland, Esq., to discuss attorney ethics for mobile devices, including where data can be captured from these devices, types of mobile device applications and data sources, and technique…
Case Study of Analytics in Action
Mar 2, 2015 • 12 min
How can an attorney use Email Threading to identify privileged information? How can clustering be used for to prepare for deposition? Susan Stone, Solution Engineer at Advanced Discovery, sat down with Josh Gilliland to define the different types of “a…
Search Terms and Proportionality in the Age of Analytics
Feb 23, 2015 • 21 min
Drew Lewis, General Counsel and Vice President of Innovation at Paragon, and I discuss the Lutzeier v. Citigroup Inc., 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 11727, 20-21 (E.D. Mo. Feb. 2, 2015), case, where a motion to compel additional search terms was denied based o…
Recovering All eDiscovery Costs
Feb 19, 2015 • 8 min
A discussion of Comprehensive Addiction Treatment Ctr. v. Leslea, 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 17878, where a prevailing party recovered nearly all of their eDiscovery costs totaling $57,873.61.
Live from LTNY15 with Planet Data
Feb 4, 2015 • 18 min
AJ Dobson, Litigation Technology Manager at Willkie Farr & Gallagher, and Mike Wade, Chief Technology Officer at Planet Data, joined Josh Gilliland live from Legal Tech New York. AJ and Mike discussed Planet Data’s new patented processing application, …
The 2014 eDiscovery Year in Review
Dec 18, 2014 • 30 min
The 2014 eDiscovery year in review focuses on Proportionality, Predictive Coding, the Form of Production, and Taxation of Costs. The following cases are discussed: Proportionality: Peterson v. Matlock, 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 152994 (D.N.J.Oct. 29, 2…
Judge Facciola Discovery Quotes
Dec 5, 2014 • 15 min
I review some of my favorite judicial quotes from now retired Magistrate Judge John Facciola, including Byrd v. Reno; Disability Rights Council of Greater Wash. v Wash. Metro. Tr. Auth.; Peskoff v Faber; United States v. O’Keefe; United States ex rel. …
2014 eDiscovery Trends with Howard Reissner
Dec 2, 2014 • 15 min
Howard Reissner, CEO of Planet Data, sat down with me to discuss thoughts on eDiscovery in 2014, including his observations from Georgetown Advanced eDiscovery Institute.
Did a Judge Say Scanning of a Native File and OCR?
Nov 6, 2014 • 3 min
I discuss Kuznyetsov v. West Penn Allegheny Health Sys., 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 150503 (W.D. Pa.Oct. 23, 2014), a taxation of cost case where a Court held costs were recoverable for the “scanning and conversion of native files to the agreed-upon format”…
Howard Reissner from Planet Data on More Cases, More Data Create New Challenges
Oct 8, 2014 • 11 min
Howard Reissner sat down with Josh Gilliland to discuss how law firms are facing both an increase in data and a diversity of data as well in litigation. Howard outlines the challenges firms are facing today, plus solutions to these challenges.
Proportionality is Not Irrelevant to the Utility of the Discovery
Sep 6, 2014 • 7 min
I saw a recent Tweet that said proportionality was irrelevant because of new cost-effective software. While that might reduce arguments of ESI not being reasonably accessible because of cost, proportionality is a balancing of the cost of performing eDi…
ABA Cybersecurity Resolution 109
Aug 28, 2014 • 12 min
Candace Smyth from Advanced Discovery and Josh Gilliland discuss the proposed Cybersecurity resolution for the ABA Boston meeting, and what was ultimately passed.
Proportionality & Predictive Coding
Aug 22, 2014 • 29 min
Kelly Twigger of ESI Attorneys and Josh Gilliland discuss In re Bridgepoint Educ., 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 108505 (S.D. Cal. Aug. 6, 2014), proportionality, and predictive coding.
International eDiscovery
Aug 1, 2014 • 33 min
David Holme, CEO of Exigent, Howard Reissner, CEO of Planet Data, and David Cochran, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer of Planet Data, sat down with Josh Gilliland to discuss international eDiscovery. This podcast discusses best practi…
Proportionality in Small & Large Litigation
Jul 9, 2014 • 21 min
Michael Jeffrey Glick, Senior Executive Vice President, Technology Solutions at Advanced Discovery, joined Joshua Gilliland to discuss eDiscovery proportionality in “small” cases, the importance of the meet and confer, ethics, and best practices for so…
eDiscovery Myth Busting
Jun 20, 2014 • 28 min
California attorneys Joshua Gilliland and Michael Jeffrey Glick, Senior Executive Vice President, Technology Solutions at Advanced Discovery, sat down to discuss three eDiscovery myths, including the proposed California eDiscovery ethics opinion.
eDiscovery Co-Sourcing & Outsourcing
Jun 6, 2014 • 21 min
David Cochran, Chief Operating Officer at Planet Data, and Joshua Gilliland, Esq., discuss the benefits of in-sourcing discovery services, outsourcing services, and the advantages of a blended approach with co-sourcing.
Progressive Thoughts on Predictive Coding
May 30, 2014 • 30 min
Drew Lewis, eDiscovery Counsel at Recommind, and Joshua Gilliland discuss Progressive Cas. Ins. Co. v. Delaney. The case involved the producing party missing production deadlines and using predictive coding, which was objected to by the requesting party.
Demonstrating Inadequate Productions with Analytics
May 20, 2014 • 20 min
Carolyn Young from Advanced Discovery (www.advanceddiscovery.com) joined Joshua Gilliland to discuss how to set-up for discovery review, the different types of analytics that can assist in document review, and how analytics can be used to determine whe…
Craig Ball On the Form of Production
May 18, 2014 • 48 min
Attorneys Craig Ball and Josh Gilliland discuss Anderson Living Trust v. WPX Energy Prod., LLC, 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 31025, 3-4 (D.N.M. Mar. 6, 2014) and go into detail on FRCP Rule 34(b)(2)(E), organizing productions, and being able to use production…
Documenting eDiscovery Costs: A Discussion on Judge Illston’s Kwan Software Opinion
May 14, 2014 • 34 min
Attorneys Joshua Gilliland and Christine J. Chalstrom, CEO of Shepherd Data, discuss the requirements for recovering eDiscovery costs and examine the service provider invoices in Kwan Software Eng’G v. Foray Techs., 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 63933, 10-19 (…
Cloud Email Collection Best Practices
May 9, 2014 • 16 min
Noah Blum, Senior Forensic Analyst, Advanced Discovery, joined Josh Gilliland to discuss best practices in collecting cloud email in a forensically defensible manner. Josh briefly discussed two 2014 cases involving Gmail collection, Sexton v. Lecavalie…
Analyzing Judge Cherry’s Form of Production Order
May 2, 2014 • 32 min
Drew Lewis, eDiscovery Counsel at Recommind, and Josh Gilliland breakdown EEOC v. SVT, LLC, 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 50114, 3-4 (N.D. Ind. Apr. 10, 2014). Drew and Josh discuss the form of production, why Judge Cherry’s order is important, and best practi…
Future of Legal Education
Apr 15, 2014 • 23 min
Attorneys Howard Reissner, CEO of Planet Data, and Joshua Gilliland from Bow Tie Law Blog, discuss how law schools are responding to the crisis in legal education, the job market for attorneys and their thoughts on the future of law schools.
Understanding Initial Disclosures & Using eDiscovery Applications
Apr 8, 2014 • 9 min
Attorney Joshua Gilliland provides an overview of Initial Disclosures under FRCP Rule 26(a) and how to use eDiscovery applications to identify ESI that supports your claims or defenses.
Effective Project Management & the Duty of Competency
Mar 5, 2014 • 21 min
Cases such as In re Delta/AirTran Baggage Fee Antitrust Litig., 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 13462, 41-43 (N.D. Ga. Feb. 3, 2012) and Coquina Invs. v. Rothstein, 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 108712, 4-5 (S.D. Fla. Aug. 3, 2012) (TD Bank) are case studies in project…
Taxation of Costs & Recovering Hosted Review
Feb 28, 2014 • 9 min
Josh Gilliland discusses the recovering costs for hosted review in Massuda v. Panda Express, Inc., 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 4956, at *21 (D. Ill. 2014) and Ancora Techs., Inc. v. Apple, Inc., 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 121225 (N.D. Cal. Aug. 26, 2013).
A District Attorney on Why He Volunteers for High School Mock Trial Tournament
Feb 24, 2014 • 18 min
Santa Clara County Deputy District Attorney Johnny Gogo explains why he volunteers to score the county high school mock trial competition, how the program helps young people and why mock trial is important for the practice of law.
Legal Funding Ethics & Access to Justice
Feb 20, 2014 • 13 min
Josh Gilliland talks with Dylan Beynon from http://legalfundingcentral.com about their new cloud application, legal funding of lawsuits and ethical issues for attorneys.
Google Searches, Cell Phones & Broken Computers: How Discovery Gets Messy
Feb 19, 2014 • 5 min
Attorney Joshua Gilliland reviews how broad discovery can be with electronically stored information from Lozoya v. All Phase Landscape Constr., Inc., 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 7135, at *5. (D. Colo. Jan. 21, 2014).
Remote Depositions & Forward Thinking Judges
Feb 18, 2014 • 6 min
Josh discusses Hernandez v. Hendrix Produce, Inc., 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 4837 (S.D. Ga. Jan. 9, 2014) and Judge G.R. Smith who ordered the parties to confer over using Skype for a remote deposition.
Processing, Productions & Family Relationships
Feb 15, 2014 • 8 min
Josh dicusses Skepnek v. Roper & Twardowsky, LLC, 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 11894 (D. Kan. Jan. 27, 2014) to explore ways to collect data, the processing of electronically stored information and the importance of maintaining the parent-child relationship b…
Howard Reissner from Planet Data on the Duty of Competency
Feb 7, 2014 • 11 min
Howard Reissner, Esq. & Joshua Gilliland, Esq., discuss the duty of competency for lawyers over technology and ediscovery. Howard shares his impressions of Legal Tech New York 2014 and trends for the coming year.
Derek Miller on Trials in 2014
Jan 30, 2014 • 18 min
Derek Miller from inData Corporation on trial preparation, collaboration, Legal Tech New York and aviation.
Nick Robertson from kCura on eDiscovery 2014
Jan 21, 2014 • 14 min
Nick Robertson from kCura and Josh Gilliland discuss eDiscovery in 2014, kCura Relativity’s solutions and Legal Tech New York.
John Finlay on eDiscovery 2014
Jan 20, 2014 • 12 min
Josh Gilliland and John Finlay from Xerox discuss proportionality, early case data assessment and Legal Tech 2014.
Caitlin Murphy on LTNY & eDiscovery
Jan 17, 2014 • 16 min
Attorneys Caitlin Murphy & Josh Gilliland discuss eDiscovery issues for 2014, Legal Tech New York, and mobile forensics.
Ian Campbell from ICONECT on eDiscovery & LTNY 2014
Jan 17, 2014 • 12 min
Ian Campbell & Josh Gilliland sat down to discuss eDiscovery issues in 2014, focusing on social media, plaintiff litigation and Legal Tech New York 2014. Ian also shared his thoughts on the 2014 Oscar Nominations.
Michele Lange from Kroll Ontrack on 2014 & Legal Tech
Jan 10, 2014 • 19 min
Michele Lange and Josh Gilliland discuss the proposed Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, civil litigation in state court, predictive coding and technology solutions.
Jason Krause from Nextpoint on eDiscovery in 2014
Jan 10, 2014 • 17 min
Jason Krause and Josh Gilliland discuss access to justice and cloud computing as a solution to eDiscovery costs.
Drew Lewis On eDiscovery in 2014 & Legal Tech New York
Jan 10, 2014 • 15 min
Attorneys Drew Lewis (Recommind) and Josh Gilliland (Bow Tie Law) discuss their thoughts on the major eDiscovery issues for 2014, sharing predictive coding seed sets, and Legal Tech New York.
2013 eDiscovery Case Law Year in Review
Jan 5, 2014 • 14 min
Joshua Gilliland, Esq., (@BowTieLaw) discusses his thoughts on the top eDiscovery cases and themes in 2013. Topics include litigation holds, proportionality and taxation of costs. No part of this recording should be considered legal advice and are pure…
ADR & Expedited Trials in California
Sep 9, 2013 • 26 min
Josh Gilliland, Esq and Jason Krause discuss court funding, types of Alternative Dispute Resolution and Expedited Trials in California.
Overview of the Proposed Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Amendments
Aug 23, 2013 • 29 min
Attorney Joshua Gilliland discusses the proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure on eDiscovery. Jason Krause of Nextpoint reviews the history of the Rules between 2003 to 2006.
eDiscovery in the Cloud
Aug 3, 2013 • 26 min
Josh Gilliland and Jason Krause from Nextpoint discuss eDiscovery in the cloud, including cost concerns, confidentiality, the duty of competency and selecting a service provider.No part of this recording should be considered legal advice.
Authenticating Social Media
Jul 17, 2013 • 18 min
Attorney Josh Gilliland & Jason Krause of Nextpoint discuss authenticating social media evidence at trial.No part of this recording should be considered legal advice.
Protecting Privilege
Jun 5, 2013 • 18 min
Attorney Josh Gilliland from the Bow Tie Law Blog and Jason Krause from Nextpoint discuss Federal Rule of Evidence 502, privileges and creating privilege logs.
Technology Assisted Review, Predictive Coding & eDiscovery
May 31, 2013 • 23 min
Joshua Gilliland, Esq., and Christine Chalstrom, Esq. of Shepherd Data discuss the basics of Technology Assisted Review, predictive coding and how to use TAR in civil litigation.
Shepherding eDiscovery: A Discussion with Christine Chalstrom, Esq.
Apr 19, 2013 • 2 min
Attorney Joshua Gilliland (@bowtielaw) sat down with Christine Chalstrom of Shepherd Data to discuss electronic discovery, training for attorneys and her favorite video game. No part of this recording should be considered legal advice.
Bow Tie Law 2012 eDiscovery Case Law Review
Jan 1, 2013 • 23 min
Joshua Gilliland, Esq., discussing 2012 eDiscovery opinions on search terms, proportionality, demonstrating undue burden and looking ahead to 2013.
Video Depositions & Remote Video Deposition Overview
Dec 23, 2012 • 6 min
Josh Gilliland, attorney blogger for www.bowtielaw.com, discusses benefits of using video depositions, advantages and cost-savings of using remote depositions, and case examples allowing remote video depositions. No part of this recording should be con…
Tort of Negligence Overview
Dec 18, 2012 • 7 min
A review of the elements of negligence, focusing on jury instructions from California, Pennsylvania and New Mexico. No part of this recording should be considered legal advice.
Using Video Depositions at Trial
Dec 6, 2012 • 5 min
Attorney Josh Gilliland discusses using video depositions at trial, including trial presentation editing tips, best practices and legal requirements under California law. No part of this recording should be considered legal advice.
Deposition Objection Overivew
Nov 12, 2012 • 4 min
Overview of procedural and evidentiary deposition objections under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the Federal Rules of Evidence.No part of this recording should be considered legal advice.
Expert Witnesses & Written Reports
Oct 16, 2012 • 3 min
Disclosure requirements for expert witnesses and written reports underFederal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 26.No part of this recording should be considered legal advice.
Deposition Prepartion with Technology
Sep 24, 2012 • 7 min
Josh Gilliland reviews how to prepare for taking a deposition with litigation support technology. No part of this podcast should be considered legal advice.
eDiscovery Review Tips
Sep 14, 2012 • 11 min
A discussion on how to review electronically stored information, including tips for plaintiffs and defendants, plus project management.No part of this recording should be considered legal advice.
Martial Privilege & Privilege Logs
Sep 13, 2012 • 4 min
Explanation of the Marital Privilege and requirements for an effectiveprivilege log. Case examples include Gooden v. Ryan’s Rest. Group,Inc., 2006 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 74944, 7-9 (W.D. Ky. Oct. 12, 2006) andUnited States v. Yim, 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 5999 …
Best Evidence Rule Overview
Sep 4, 2012 • 5 min
Josh Gilliland explains the Best Evidence Rule under the Federal Rulesof Evidence, Rules 1002 and 1003 with case examples of instant messages and email messages.No part of this recording should be considered legal advice.
Hearsay Rule Overview
Aug 29, 2012 • 10 min
An overview of the Hearsay Rule under the Federal Rules of Evidence.
Relevance & Federal Rules of Evidence
Aug 29, 2012 • 5 min
Joshua Gilliland, attorney blogger for www.bowtielaw.com and www.thelegalgeeks.com, discusses Relevance under the Federal Rules of Evidence and the California Evidence Code (No part of this recording should be considered legal advice).
Authentication & Federal Rules of Evidence
Aug 29, 2012 • 8 min
Joshua Gilliland, attorney blogger for www.bowtielaw.com and www.thelegalgeeks.com, discusses Authentication under the Federal Rules of Evidence and the California Evidence Code (No part of this recording should be considered legal advice).
Character Evidence & Federal Rules of Evidence
Aug 29, 2012 • 7 min
Attorney Joshua Gilliland, blogger for www.bowtielaw and www.thelegalgeeks.com, reviews Federal Rules of Evidence Rules 404(a), 607 and 608 on character evidence, a witness’ reputation for truthfulness and social media in litigation. No part of this re…
Undue Burden in eDiscovery
Aug 28, 2012 • 4 min
Legal Geek Joshua Gilliland, Esq., blogger for www.bowtielaw.com, discusses undue burden in electronic discovery.No part of this recording should be considered legal advice.
Rationally Organized eDiscovery Productions
Aug 28, 2012 • 8 min
Joshua Gilliland, attorney blogger for www.bowtielaw.com and www.thelegalgeeks.com, discusses Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 34(b)(2)(E) and production requirements for documents and electronically stored information. (No part of this recording s…
Form of Production in eDiscovery
Aug 28, 2012 • 7 min
Legal Geek Joshua Gilliland, Esq., blogger for www.bowtielaw.com, discusses the form of production in eDiscovery. Josh reviews Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 34 and one recent case. (No part of this recording should be considered legal advice).
eDiscovery Overview
Aug 28, 2012 • 16 min
Joshua Gilliland eDiscovery attorney and blogger for @bowtielaw and @thelegalgeeks provides an overview of eDiscovery, including defining electronically stored information under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the California eDiscovery Act, di…
Initial Disclosures Pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 26(a)
Aug 28, 2012 • 5 min
Joshua Gilliland, attorney blogger for www.bowtielaw.com and www.thelegalgeeks.com, discusses Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 26(a), timing for the meet and confer under Rule 26(f), the Rule 16(b) scheduling conference and exclusion for non-disclo…