It’s hard to believe that it has been over fifteen years since the Federal Rules were first amended to address e-discovery. Not surprisingly, technology and e-discovery have continued to evolve since those initial amendments in 2006, and the recent pandemic has pushed that evolution further. Some e-discovery challenges have not changed; we still see plenty of cases regarding the duty to preserve and spoliation of evidence, both inadvertent and overt. Back then, we were worried about email; now, we worry about collection of all sorts of new digital information from varied sources, such as collaboration tools, cell phones, and Fit Bits! And some challenges remain at the forefront; indeed, proportionality continues to percolate in the e-discovery case law.

This distinguished panel representing the judicial, in-house, and law firm perspectives discussed the 2022 e-discovery challenges we all face, and the best practices for handling those challenges.


Magistrate Judge David T. Schultz, Magistrate Judge, U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota

Thomas L. Nuss, Vice President of Human Resources & General Counsel, Brakebush Brothers, Inc.

Briana Al Taqatqa, Associate, Dorsey & Whitney LLP

Kathryn Johnson, Partner & Moderator, Dorsey & Whitney LLP

Caroline Boudreau Sweeney, Director, Knowledge Management/Innovation, Dorsey & Whitney LLP

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