ZEK’s Garrie and Collins Publish Article on Class Actions and E-Discovery
Daniel Garrie and Tarique Collins of ZEK’s New York Office have published an article in the May 2014 issue of Bender’s California Labor and Employment Bulletin. The article, entitled “E-Discovery and Class Action Disputes,” explores the many advantages of using a court-appointed Special Master to reduce discovery burdens in complex class actions. Among other things, Special Masters employ cost-effective and efficient strategies to streamline e-discovery by creating workable discovery plans, limiting costly errors, and facilitating agreement and compromise between the parties.
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Daniel B. Garrie, Special Counsel to Zeichner Ellman and Krause LLP’s litigation group, specializes in complex software and business litigation, e-discovery, privacy, trade secret and data breach matters, trade secret theft, copyright and patent litigation, and cyber warfare. A nationally recognized educator and lecturer on various topics including computer software, cyber security, e-discovery, forensics, emerging internet and mobile technologies, and cyber warfare, Daniel is the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Law and Cyber Warfare, a fellow at the Ponemon Information Privacy Institute, a distinguished neutral with CPR, and on the editorial board of the Beijing Law Review. He is the co-editor (together with Yoav M. Griver of ZEK) of the multi-year treatise, Dispute Resolution and e-Discovery, and co-authored the treatise, Software and the Law, with Judge Francis Allegra, both of which are published by Thomson Reuters Westlaw.
Tarique Collins, an associate in ZEK’s New York Office, concentrates his practice on complex commercial litigation, banking law, and regulatory and compliance-related matters.