Electronic Discovery is a comprehensive and much-needed treatment of this vital and evolving area. Beginning with the basic rules governing discovery, this book discusses the legal and practical challenges involved in e-discovery, special evidentiary issues, when protective orders to limit electronic discovery may be issued, and strategic considerations—in short, everything the practitioner needs to master the use of e-discovery.
Electronic Discovery looks closely at reasonableness in the context of electronic discovery, e-mail, messaging and other danger zones, document retention policies that can withstand scrutiny, and other essential topics. The authors provide guidance from both offensive and defensive perspectives, including timesaving forms and examples. This truly modern reference will prove its worth to practicing trial lawyers for years to come.
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Table of Contents
The Federal Discovery Rules and Electronic Evidence
Planning and Executing Electronic Discovery
Data Collection, Computer Forensics, and File Processing
Preserving Electronic Documents Before and After Litigation Ensues
Drafting Discovery Requests for Electronic Information
Deposing the Records Custodian or Information Technology Manager
Special Issues Regarding the Discovery of Electronic Mail and Messaging
The Federal Rules of Evidence and Electronic Documents
The Use of Experts for Electronic Discovery
Table of Cases