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Samantha Green serves as e-Discovery Counsel for DTI. She is an attorney with over 10 years experience. Samantha has substantial expertise in all aspects of electronic discovery, including drafting best practices for both law firms and corporate clients, as well as formulating workflow solutions for large discovery projects. She has an in depth understanding of electronic discovery, litigation readiness, ESI hosting, review and production processes as well as the different technology and business approaches and cost implications associated with each. Samantha has taken cases from pre-discovery through trial. Samantha has advised, written and spoken on all phases of the electronically stored information (ESI) life cycle with a broad range of experience in initial case assessment and engagement management. She has worked on many government investigations, including FCPA and antitrust matters, as well as, second requests and litigations that cross all spectrums. Prior to joining DTI, Samantha was the e-Discovery Attorney for Blank Rome LLP.

Proportionality. Are discovery costs proportional to the value and importance of the case?

Proportionality. Are discovery costs proportional to the value and importance of the case?

It is well-documented that e-discovery consumes increasing percentages of overall civil litigation costs. Judges and legal professionals are actively exploring a variety of initiatives to address the problem, and several recent conferences and legal rulings have taken up the theme of proportionality. Proportionality shifts attention from the general problem of high-volume, prohibitively expensive productions to […]

Early Case Assessment (ECA) – Before 26(f)

Early Case Assessment (ECA) – Before 26(f)

Using early case assessment (ECA) to prepare for the 26(f ) “meet  and  confer” helps  practitioners address the issues and challenges of preserving discoverable data and aids development of a “discovery plan” which establishes the foundation for effective discovery. The more you know early on about the location and volume of your electronically stored information […]

WARNING: e-Discovery Missteps Can Open Up the Door to Identity Theft

WARNING: e-Discovery Missteps Can Open Up the Door to Identity Theft

Corporate legal departments and law firms that host and review data

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