Posts Tagged 'ESI'

Digital Revolution – And Legal Evolution

A Look at the Recent Amendments to the Federal Rules of Evidence Without question, the rise of digital media has revolutionized our world. It is currently estimated that Facebook has 1.5 billion daily users, and 2.3 monthly users. In any given minute, there are an estimated 347,222 people [...]

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Authenticating ESI – Rule 901a

Lorraine v Markel American Insurance Company [2007] This landmark 2007 decision by leading eDiscovery juror, Justice Paul Grimm, discussed in great depth the admissibility and methods of authentication of ESI (Electronically Stored Information) and the standards and elements of the US Federal [...]

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Digital Evidence: Preserving ESI

Brown v Tellermate Holdings Ltd., 2014 This employment discrimination case addressed the preservation of ESI (Electronically Stored Information) in cloud technology, when the defendants failed to preserve and disclose information from Salesforce.com (approximately 50,000 pages) that plaintiffs [...]

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Social Media Case Law – Admissibility of Online Evidence

Commonwealth v. Purdy [2011] Email, ESI and Electronic Communication: Admissibility of Evidence This early 2011 criminal case disputed the admissibility of emails as evidence, and the standards of authentication necessary for considering both email and content from social media as genuine [...]

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