New York Law Journal "Crashed Hard Drives: When in Doubt, Don't Throw It Out" by Stephen M. Kramarsky

January 20, 2015

Stephen Kramarsky discusses e-discovery and the Dorchester Financial Holdings v. Banco BRJ S.A. case. Just about every practicing litigator has a story about electronically stored information, or ESI: how it won the case or lost the case or turned up or disappeared. It's fair to say that electronic discovery has entirely transformed litigation over the last 20 years and there is no shortage of court opinions and commentary on the subject. 

 

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