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Casey C. Sullivan

Casey leads education and awareness efforts at Logikcull. An attorney in San Francisco, his passions include the great outdoors, great literature, and democratizing discovery. You can reach him at

Posts By Casey C. Sullivan

Webinar: Discovery Billing, Are You Doing It Right?

Discovery billing isn’t the type of lawyering that typically makes it in to legal dramas—or even the trade press. It’s rarely the topic of conversation at cocktail hours or industry events. It can be, quite sim... Casey C. Sullivan   |     21 Feb 2018

2nd Cir. Upholds $2.7M Discovery Sanction—in $20k Case

The Second Circuit recently upheld discovery sanctions stemming from the spoliation of evidence by an accused vendor of counterfeit goods, to the tune of $2.7 million, plus an additional $2.3 million bond to co... Casey C. Sullivan   |     14 Feb 2018

Email Tracking Programs Create Ethics Quandaries & Information Treasure Troves

When you open an email, you might be getting a lot more than just a message from a colleague. Unbeknownst to you, that email could contain a tiny tracking pixel that can inform the email’s sender not only that ... Casey C. Sullivan   |     14 Feb 2018

Forget Pennoyer v. Neff: Apparently, We’re Serving Parties Through Instagram Now

Every year, thousands of law students sit down to claw their way through Pennoyer v. Neff, the classic, if confounding, Supreme Court case. Dewy-eyed Civ-Pro students, they desperately try to separate issues of... Casey C. Sullivan   |     13 Feb 2018

Now Available: Webinar on Emerging Discovery Trends

“Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future” the Danish humorist Robert Storm Petersen once said. Or maybe it was Danish physicist Niels Bohr. Or Yogi Berra. Either way, he had it right. But that... Casey C. Sullivan   |     08 Feb 2018

New Initial Discovery Guidelines for Wage and Hour Cases

Get ready for a new, more standardized approach to discovery—at least in certain federal wage and hour lawsuits. Early this year, the Federal Judicial Center released a new set of protocols meant to guide the d... Casey C. Sullivan   |     07 Feb 2018

Some of the Biggest Threats to Law Firm Cybersecurity Come From Within

Last week, the Fifth Circuit upheld the conviction and sentencing of Anastasio Laoutaris, who was accused of hacking into the computers of an Am Law 100 firm resulting in over a million dollars’ worth of damage... Casey C. Sullivan   |     06 Feb 2018

Trump, Clinton, Political Scandal, and eDiscovey

The history of eDiscovery arguably began with a political scandal: Iran-Contra. The Iran-Contra affair saw the Reagan administration accused of selling arms to Iran and funneling the profits from those sales to... Casey C. Sullivan   |     01 Feb 2018
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