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The Gibbons E-Discovery Law Alert is an online platform designed to analyze current issues, concerns, and developments in electronic discovery and corporate information management law. The blog is edited by Mark S. Sidoti, Co-Chair of the Gibbons E-Discovery Task Force, as well as Scott J. Etish, a Director on the Gibbons E-Discovery Task Force, and Caroline E. Oks, an Associate on the Gibbons E-Discovery Task Force.

Gibbons P.C. is an e-discovery leader. For more than a decade, the Gibbons E-Discovery Task Force has deftly guided clients through the challenging waters of e-discovery, providing timely, practical, cost-effective solutions to even the most challenging e-discovery problems. Since the significant amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure in December of 2006, courts have wrestled with e-discovery issues with increasing frequency. Indeed, over the past 10 years, state and federal courts have issued hundreds of opinions addressing spoliation, evidence collection, form of production, privilege waiver, social media discovery, and related issues. In this regard, corporate litigants must be concerned that the merits of their claims and defenses do not take subordinate positions to the costs and other burdens of dealing with incredibly onerous e-discovery demands and obligations. Moreover – and, perhaps, more importantly – companies must be concerned with avoiding the threat or imposition of the severe sanctions courts have imposed with alarming frequency when companies have failed to comply with the e-discovery rules and meet their common law obligations, and when their document and records management policies and procedures cannot be defended.For more information, visit gibbonslaw.com/electronic-discovery-and-information-management-counseling.

Editorial Board Members

Mark S. Sidoti
Co-Chair, Gibbons E-Discovery Task Force
Editor, E-Discovery Law Alert




Scott J. Etish
Director, Gibbons E-Discovery Task Force
Editor, E-Discovery Law Alert




Caroline E. Oks
Associate, Gibbons E-Discovery Task Force
Editor, E-Discovery Law Alert