LexisNexis Practice Guide: Massachusetts eDiscovery and Evidence
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LexisNexis Practice Guide: Massachusetts eDiscovery and Evidence is THE source for in-depth practical guidance on conducting discovery of electronically stored information and successfully using that electronic evidence in federal or state court litigation in Massachusetts. Each chapter in the Practice Guide reflects the keen legal analysis and practical insights of the authors, Jonathan Sablone, a litigation partner in DLA Piper’s Boston office who chairs the firm's Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence Team, and Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero, litigation counsel in the Boston Office of Nixon Peabody LLP and the chair of the firm’s Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence Practice.
Containing 67 checklists, 250 practice tips, over 24 crucial forms, and a glossary of terms, this portable, task-oriented guide to the technical and legal aspects of e-discovery provides authoritative analysis and solutions in the following areas:
Locating electronically stored information (ESI)
Identifying and applying the governing law
Avoiding ethical pitfalls
Dealing with ESI in foreign jurisdictions
Examining the intricacies of cloud computing
Conducting discovery of ESI from social media
Obtaining disclosure of ESI from parties and non-parties
Responding to a request for disclosure of ESI
Meeting the duty to preserve ESI
Making or opposing a motion to compel disclosure of ESI
Honoring the meet and confer requirement
Using ESI as evidence
Establishing best practices for managing ESI
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Table of contents
Table of Contents:
Ch. 1 Understanding Electronic Discovery
Ch. 2 Planning Electronic Discovery
Ch. 3 Locating Electronically Stored Information
Ch. 4 Understanding Governing Law for Electronic
Discovery in Massachusetts
Ch. 5 Identifying Ethical Issues Arising in Electronic
Ch. 6 Discovering ESI in Foreign Jurisdictions
Ch. 7 Seeking Disclosure of Electronically Stored
Information in Massachusetts
Ch. 8 Responding to Request for Disclosure of
Electronically Stored Information
Ch. 9 Opposing Request for Disclosure of
Electronically Stored Information in Massachusetts
Ch.10 Analyzing Duty to Preserve
Ch.11 Obtaining or Opposing Motion to Compel
Disclosure of ESI
Ch.12 Meeting and Conferring on ESI
Ch.13 Seeking and Opposing Sanctions Related to
Discovery of ESI
Ch.14 Obtaining Disclosure of ESI from Non-Parties
Ch.15 Using Electronic Discovery as Evidence
Ch.16 Establishing Best Practices for Electronic
Table of Cases