Long time NAFUSA member, Peter Vaira, has recently published an article for The Legal Intelligencer, dealing with a recent case in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, in which one of the U.S. District Court judges discussed e-discovery techniques he found acceptable. The court upheld court costs of $510,137 for pre-trial discovery. Click here to read the Vaira article, previously published in ‘The Legal Intelligencer’, November 8, 2011.
Vaira served ten years in the Department of Justice Organized Crime and Racketeering Section, most of which as Chief, Chicago Strike Force. He served as the United States Attorney, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 1978-1983. He is currently a member of the law firm of Vaira & Riley in Philadelphia. He is the author of Eastern District Federal Practice Rules, published annually by Gann Law Books.