Weekly Highlights: September 17, 2012

Things You Might Have Missed Last Week

(Highlights in legal, forensics, and electronic discovery news for the past week)

Interesting Electronic Evidence Cases

Inhalation Plastics, Inc. v. Medex Cardio-Pulmonary, Inc., No. 2:07-CV-116, 2012 WL 3731483 (S.D. Ohio Aug. 28, 2012)

The defendant inadvertently produced almost 350 pages of email. Even though, after in camera review, the court found that many of the produced materials were “within the ambit of attorney-client privilege”, the court found that privilege had been waived.

Weekly Highlighted Article

From E-Discovery Beat:

Experts Consider E-Discovery Implications of New ABA Ethics Rules Amendments

From BowTieLaw.com:

Forensically Examining a Lawyer’s Computer

Electronic Evidence News

Twitter Gives Occupy Protester’s Tweets to U.S. Judge

Court Issues 20-Year Product Injunction in Trade Secret Theft/eDiscovery Sanctions Case

Samsung Flexes Litigation Muscles at Apple Ahead of iPhone 5 Launch-Again

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