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"Confusion in New York Regarding Who Bears the Cost of Electronic Discovery," E-Discovery Law Alert, February 7, 2011 (Paul A. Saso)

"Time For a Bright-Line Preservation Rule?," E-Discovery Law Alert, February 4, 2011 (Paul E. Asfendis)

"New York's Appellate Division Finds Facebook Accounts Off-Limits When Discovery Demands are Non-Specific," E-Discovery Law Alert, January 31, 2011 (Robert D. Brown, Jr.)

"You Want Discovery of an Adversary's Computer? Better Have a Good Reason.," E-Discovery Law Alert, January 24, 2011 (Paul E. Asfendis)

"Delaware Court of Chancery Adopts ESI Preservation Guidelines," E-Discovery Law Alert, January 24, 2011 (Jeffrey L. Nagel)

"Federal Communications Commission to Move to the Cloud," E-Discovery Law Alert, January 18, 2011 (Stephen J. Finley, Jr.)

"Internet File Sharing Constitutes Distribution in Child Porn Case," E-Discovery Law Alert, January 10, 2011

"New York Courts Address ESI Inconsistencies at State and Federal Level: An Erie Solution?," E-Discovery Law Alert, January 3, 2011

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"McGee v. East Amwell - The "Advisory, Consultative or Deliberative" Exemption to The New Jersey Open Public Records Act (OPRA)," E-Discovery Law Alert, December 20, 2010 (Thomas J. Cafferty)

"Analyzing "Care, Custody or Control" for Preservation and Production of Electronically Stored Information," E-Discovery Law Alert, December 13, 2010 (Jeffrey L. Nagel)

"Lawyers for Civil Justice Plea for Change in ESI Preservation Rules; Report Submitted to Civil Rules Advisory Committee," E-Discovery Law Alert, December 7, 2010 (Paul E. Asfendis)

"N.J. Judge Dismisses Potential Juror for Attempting to "Friend" Defendant on Facebook," E-Discovery Law Alert, December 6, 2010 (Jennifer Marino Thibodaux)

"No Privilege for Information Posted on Social Network Sites -- Court Orders Production of Plaintiff's Social Network Account Usernames and Passwords," E-Discovery Law Alert, November 29, 2010 (Robert D. Brown, Jr.)

"'Cached' Web Files May Serve as Evidence in Child Pornography Case," E-Discovery Law Alert, November 22, 2010 (Scott J. Etish)

"Technology and Legal Panel Addresses the Risks and Benefits of Cloud Computing at Gibbons Fourth Annual E-Discovery Conference," E-Discovery Law Alert, November 18, 2010 (Luis J. Diaz)

"Gibbons Fourth Annual E-Discovery Conference: Panel Discussion On Emerging Technologies In ESI Preservation, Collection And Processing," E-Discovery Law Alert, November 11, 2010

"The 2010 E-Discovery Landscape: Panel Discussion on the Essential E-Discovery Decisions of 2010 at Gibbons' Fourth Annual E-Discovery Conference," E-Discovery Law Alert, November 11, 2010 (Scott J. Etish)

"Sedona Conference's Proportionality Guidelines Encourage Reasonable Limits on Scope of E-Discovery," E-Discovery Law Alert, November 8, 2010 (Jennifer A. Hradil)

"Expert Panel Offers Advice On Executing Effective Legal Holds Following Pension Committee, Rimkus and Victor Stanley II At Gibbons' Fourth Annual E-Discovery Conference," E-Discovery Law Alert, November 8, 2010 (Phillip J. Duffy)

"Evidence Preservation Lessons in US V. Suarez," Law360, November 3, 2010 (Jennifer Marino Thibodaux, Mara E. Zazzali-Hogan)

"Federal Judge Rules Government Failed to Preserve Text Messages and Orders Adverse Inference Instruction in Criminal Case," E-Discovery Law Alert, November 2, 2010 (Jennifer Marino Thibodaux)

"The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Applied to Proprietary Database License Misuse," E-Discovery Law Alert, November 1, 2010 (Natalie H. Mantell)

"Accessing an Adversary's Public Social Networking Information -- N.Y. Professional Ethics Opinion 843," E-Discovery Law Alert, October 25, 2010 (Robert D. Brown, Jr.)

"NJ Courts Allow Internet Usage in Court," E-Discovery Law Alert, October 18, 2010

"Willful Destruction of Electronic Evidence Can Lead to Jail Time," E-Discovery Law Alert, October 6, 2010

"New York Courts Adopt Preliminary Conference Counsel Readiness Rule for Electronic Discovery," E-Discovery Law Alert, October 6, 2010 (Jeffrey L. Nagel)

"Mt. Hawley and the Cost-Saving and Practical Benefits of Fed. R. Evid. 502," E-Discovery Law Alert, October 6, 2010

"How Private is Facebook? Courts struggle with social networking access questions under 1986 Stored Communications Act," New York Law Journal, October 4, 2010 (Mark S. Sidoti, Phillip J. Duffy, Paul E. Asfendis)

"Weighing in on Manual Collection Methods," The National Law Journal, March 22, 2010 (Mark S. Sidoti, Wendy R. Stein, Verne A. Pedro)

"Form and Manner of Production Under FRCP34," For the Defense, February 2010 (Mark S. Sidoti, Scott J. Etish, Stephen J. Finley, Jr.)

"Un-ringing Bells and Closing Barn Doors - Strategies to Leverage the Protection of FRE 502," The American Lawyer and Corporate Counsel Magazines, Special E-Discovery Insert, December 2009 (Mark S. Sidoti, Phillip J. Duffy)

"Cyberspace “Friend” or Foe?: Ethics Jurisprudence From Various Jurisdictions Affects Whether Lawyers Should “Friend” Witnesses Online," E-Discovery Alert, October 8, 2009 (Jennifer Marino Thibodaux)

"Please Stop Speaking After the Tone...Controlling the Risk with Unified Voicemail Systems," New York Law Journal, Special Litigation Supplement, October 5, 2009 (Mark S. Sidoti, Paul E. Asfendis)

"ESI Preservation Efforts Exposed," New Jersey Law Journal, May 18, 2009 (Phillip J. Duffy, Melissa DeHonney)

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"On The E-Discovery Horizon: Voicemail," E-Discovery Alert, March 11, 2009 (Mark S. Sidoti, Paul E. Asfendis)

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"Hot Topics in E-Discovery - Lessons from 2008," Geneva Group International Insider, January 2009 (Mark S. Sidoti, Jeffrey L. Nagel)

"How Important Is It to Cooperate With Opposing Counsel After In Re Seroquel?," The American Lawyer, December 2008 (Mark S. Sidoti, Phillip J. Duffy)

"CASE ALERT: Nursing Home Pension Fund v. Oracle Corporation, 2008 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 66740 (N.D. Cal., Sept. 2, 2008)," E-Discovery Alert, September 25, 2008 (Paul E. Asfendis)

"Searching for the Smoking Gun: Forensic Examination of an Adversary’s Computer," The Legal Intelligencer, August 25, 2008 (Scott J. Etish)

"The Admissibility of Electronic Records," New Jersey Law Journal, August 25, 2008 (Phillip J. Duffy, Paul E. Asfendis)

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"Drafting the Electronic Communication Policy," New Jersey Law Journal, February 4, 2008 (Mark S. Sidoti, Kristin D. Sostowski)

"Book Review, Arkfeld on Electronic Discovery and Evidence (2nd ed.)," The Federal Lawyer, February 2008 (Mark S. Sidoti)

"Getting to "Good Faith" under New Rule 37(f)," For the Defense, January 2008 (Mark S. Sidoti, Phillip J. Duffy, Scott J. Etish)

"Electronic Discovery Agreements," New York Law Journal, December 3, 2007 (Mark S. Sidoti, Phillip J. Duffy)

"Rule 37(f) - Has This 'Safe Harbor' Provided Any Protection?," ALM, December 2007 (Mark S. Sidoti)

"Tying up loose "strings and strands" in your privilege log - Muro v. Target Corp., --- F.R.D. ---, 2007 WL 1630407 (N.D.Ill. June 7, 2007) ," E-Discovery Alert, September 1, 2007 (Jennifer A. Hradil)

"The Sedona Conference® Publishes The Sedona Principles, Second Edition, Addressing Electronic Discovery," E-Discovery Alert, September 1, 2007 (Phillip J. Duffy)

"New Federal Rules Amendments - Evidence Rule 502," E-Discovery Alert, September 1, 2007 (Jennifer A. Hradil)

"RAMing New ESI Preservation Obligations Down Litigants' Throats - Columbia Pictures Industries v. Bunnell, 2007 WL 2080419 (C.D.Cal. May 29, 2007)," E-Discovery Alert, September 1, 2007 (Scott J. Etish)

"Navigating the Changing Landscape of E-Discovery," Legal Intelligencer, Vol. 235 No. 70 and GC Mid-Atlantic, April 11, 2007 (Mark S. Sidoti)

"The Effective Internal Litigation Hold Letter," In-House Defense Quarterly, Winter 2007 (Mark S. Sidoti, Renée Lynne Monteyne)

"E-Discovery Strategies," GC New York, October 10, 2006 (Phillip J. Duffy, Mark S. Sidoti)