August 2017 Bar Bulletin
By Natalya Northrip
(Last of Four Parts)
In the first three parts of this series, we discussed the key takeaways from Principles 1–3, 4–6 and 7–9, respectively, of The Sedona Conference WG1’s “Commentary on Defense of Process: Principles and Guidelines for Developing and Implementing a Sound E-Discovery Process.”1 The Commentary seeks to address what parties can do to avoid, or at the least prepare for, challenges to an eDiscovery process they apply in a given matter and how courts should address discovery disputes.
In this installment, we discuss the key takeaways from Principles 10–13 of the Commentary.