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Inadvertently Disclosed Warrant Application Against Apple in a Criminal Investigation Against Retired Marine General Reveals Latest DOJ Search Procedures, the Dangers of Pacer and Too Much Court Record Transparency, and Much More – Part Three This article is Part Three of the blog Examining a Leaked Criminal Warrant for Apple iCloud Data in a High […]

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Inadvertently Disclosed Warrant Application Against Apple in a Criminal Investigation Against Retired Marine General Reveals Latest DOJ Search Procedures, the Dangers of Pacer and Too Much Court Record Transparency, and Much More – Part Two This article is Part Two of the blog Inadvertently Disclosed Warrant For Apple iCloud Data. See here for Part 1. […]

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One of the great things about all the cases I cover on eDiscovery Today is that we proceed to discuss them within the month on the EDRM monthly case law webinar that I moderate with excellent observations from Tom O’Connor (Director of the Gulf Legal Technology Center), Mary Mack (CEO and Chief Legal Technologist of EDRM) and Hon. Andrew […]

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Inadvertently Disclosed Warrant Application Against Apple in a Criminal Investigation Against Retired Marine General Reveals Latest DOJ Search Procedures, the Dangers of Pacer and Too Much Court Record Transparency, and Much More- Part One According to a June 7, 2022, New York Times report: Federal prosecutors have obtained records indicating that John R. Allen, the […]

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This is a fun and interesting case covered by one of my all-time favorite bloggers, Chris Dale, on his excellent eDisclosure Information Project blog. Here is a brief summary of the case and the eDisclosure implications. Colleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy are wives of English football (here, we call it “soccer”) playing husbands and famous in their […]

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Last week, a true crime case that I’ve been covering for five years reached its conclusion (appeals aside) and I also just watched a TV show about another true crime case. The common link between the two cases? Fitbit data was critical in identifying the suspect. Here are those cases and two others, one of […]

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Last time, I discussed one of our favorite judges to cover on the EDRM monthly case law webinar: Illinois Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Cole, who pulls no punches when it comes to how he views lack of cooperation and other failures in eDiscovery. In a little over two years, eDiscovery Today has already covered seven of […]

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