Mixed Reviews for Zubulake II

Two judges differ on how to penalize flawed discovery efforts.

, The American Lawyer

Judges aren't always known as the most technologically savvy lawyers, but federal district court judges Shira Scheind­lin in Manhattan and Lee Rosenthal in Houston have fearlessly plugged themselves into the complex and convoluted world of e-discovery. The two judges have helped shape the ground rules for the preservation of electronic evidence — especially when it comes to sanctioning lawyers for failing to meet their responsibilities.

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