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Recent court decisions have imposed heavy sanctions on corporations that were unable to respond effectively to discovery requests. The proliferation of information technology has made it difficult for a company to know what information is within its control and how to manage that information to reduce litigation risk and comply with various laws. To address this complex and rapidly evolving need, Greenberg Traurig provides an interdisciplinary team comprised of Trial Lawyers, Corporate and Securities lawyers, Intellectual Property lawyers, Labor and Employment lawyers and in-house technology professionals that can develop custom-tailored programs and provide on-going counseling. With locations in the United States, Europe and Asia, Greenberg Traurig is well positioned to assist companies from prevention to defense.

  • Assessment of data and information systems
     
  • Development and regular updating of document retention policies and procedures
     
  • Regular audits of retention procedures
     
  • Litigation hold procedures
     
  • Industry specific requirements such as HIPAA, OSHA and SEC regulations

 
 
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Applying Aspen Skiing, Tenth Circuit Finds Microsoft Not Liable For Terminating Dealings with a Competitor
Ryan F. Harsch,Irving Scher, November 21, 2013
In Novell, Inc. v. Microsoft Corp., the Tenth Circuit affirmed the district court’s post-trial judgment that Microsoft was not liable under Section 2 of the Sherman Act (Section 2) for monopolization of the market for PC operating systems. In doing so, the court reaffirmed that in order to...

FINRA's New 'New' Discovery Guide:  E-Discovery, Affirmations and Product Cases
Michael E. Pastore,Scott E. Rahn, November 21, 2013
On Sept. 16, 2013, the SEC approved amendments to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc. (FINRA) Dispute Resolution Discovery Guide (Discovery Guide), which will become effective on Dec. 2, 2013 for all customer cases filed on or after the effective date. FINRA petitioned the Securities...

Heartburn for Drug Manufacturers: 'Reverse Payment' That Did Not Include a Monetary Payment Held Actionable Under the Antitrust Laws
John J. Elliott,Irving Scher, November 21, 2013
On July 17, 2013, the Supreme Court of the United States resolved a decade of conflicting circuit court decisions in FTC v. Actavis, Inc., ruling that "reverse-payment" settlements of Hatch-Waxman Act patent infringement lawsuits "can sometimes violate the antitrust laws," and...