February 28, 2018

Retired Federal Judges, Titans of E-Discovery, Debate the Review Revolution

At a recent Cardozo Law event, federal judges known for their e-discovery expertise discuss the state of e-discovery case law and best practices

By Rhys Dipshan

February 28, 2018 - Soon to be retired U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck of the Southern District of New York will leave the federal bench as one of its most vocal and experienced e-discovery adjudicators. But just how much has e-discovery changed during his time on the bench?

At the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law event “From DaSilva Moore to Microsoft: The Jurisprudence of Judge James Francis IV and Judge Andrew Peck,” Peck was joined by retired Magistrate Judges Frank Maas of the U.S. District Court for Southern District of New York, Ron Hedges (of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey) and James Francis to discuss how the e-discovery landscape has evolved over their careers, and what rulings and issues are still being debated today.

David Horrigan, e-discovery counsel at Relativity, was the moderator. The event was sponsored by Relativity and the Association of E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS).

Read the article in the New York Law Journal.