Second Requests: e-Discovery Tips for Complying with the Revised Model Second Request, Part 5 of 5

DOJ Antitrust Division’s December 2016 Revised Model Second Request: e-Discovery Tips for a Smooth and Compliant Response The DOJ Antirust Division released its Revised Model Second Request in December 2016 which made both substantive changes and addressed e-discovery protocol and production concerns.  Tracy Greer, Senior Counsel, Electronic Discovery of the Antitrust Divisi...
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Second Requests: e-Discovery Tips for Complying with the Revised Model Part 4 of 5

DOJ Antitrust Division’s December 2016 Revised Model Second Request: e-Discovery Tips for a Smooth and Compliant Response The DOJ Antirust Division released its Revised Model Second Request in December 2016 which made both substantive changes and addressed e-discovery protocol and production concerns.  Tracy Greer, Senior Counsel, Electronic Discovery of the Antitrust Divisi...
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Second Requests: e-Discovery Tips for Complying with the Revised Model Second Request, Part 3 of 5

DOJ Antitrust Division’s December 2016 Revised Model Second Request: e-Discovery Tips for a Smooth and Compliant Response The DOJ Antirust Division released its Revised Model Second Request in December 2016 which made both substantive changes and addressed e-discovery protocol and production concerns.  Tracy Greer, Senior Counsel, Electronic Discovery of the Antitrust Divisi...
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Second Requests: e-Discovery Tips for Complying with the Revised Model Second Request, Part 2 of 5

DOJ Antitrust Division’s December 2016 Revised Model Second Request: e-Discovery Tips for a Smooth and Compliant Response The DOJ Antirust Division released its Revised Model Second Request in December 2016 which made both substantive changes and addressed e-discovery protocol and production concerns.  Tracy Greer, Senior Counsel, Electronic Discovery of the Antitrust Di...
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Second Requests: e-Discovery Tips for Complying with the Revised Model Second Request, Part 1 of 5

DOJ Antitrust Division’s December 2016 Revised Model Second Request: e-Discovery Tips for a Smooth and Compliant Response The DOJ Antirust Division released its Revised Model Second Request in December 2016 which made both substantive changes and addressed e-discovery protocol and production concerns.  Tracy Greer, Senior Counsel, Electronic Discovery of the Antitrust Divisi...
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Please Join Us in Fighting Hunger in the DC Metro Area.

We are so excited to share with you some upcoming events and would love for you to join us and support the Capital Area Food Bank! The Tanenholz team is proud to be part of the 2017 Capital Area Food Bank's Food from the Bar Campaign!  Each year, the Capital Area Food Bank feeds 540,000 people in the Washington metro area through a network of 444 food assistance partners. Th...
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Lola v. Skadden: Maybe It’s Not So Obvious Doc Review is the Practice of Law

We last blogged about a contract attorney overtime suit and whether document review is the practice of law in 2013. Since then, another contract attorney, David Lola, filed suit against Skadden Arps and Tower Staffing with the same claim – that he is owed overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime rules. The FLSA generally provides overtime pay of time ...
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New York’s Rule 11-b: the Categorical Approach to Privilege Logs

Summary of the Rule An innovative New York civil procedure rule which became effective on September 2, 2014 embraces a more practical and cost-effective style of privilege log. The new rule encourages parties to depart from the traditional “document-by-document” type of privilege review in favor of more economical categorical designations. This categorical approach allows ...
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D.C. Document Reviewer: An Attorney By Any Other Name

Last week we received the following comment from a reader on one of our most popular blog posts, Quinn Emanuel States the Obvious: Document Review Is Practice of Law, voicing concern about whether his current employer, a staffing agency, could be running afoul of D.C. Bar rules.  I wanted to highlight his comment and offer my response as a blog post.  If you are familiar wi...
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Document Review & Paralegals in the District

In response to our latest blog post discussing how document review should be considered the practice of law, Mark Miller of Mark W. Miller & Associates, a Litigation Support and Document Services company, asked us to address how this idea relates to document review performed by attorney-supervised paralegals.  We certainly recognize the tremendous value experienced paralega...
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