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Discovery of Electronically Stored Information

This treatise provides a complete overview of the history, use of, rules governing, and problems related to electronic discovery in modern trial practice. It reviews countless decisions as well as articles from law journals, treatises, and the trade press, and rules and guidelines from other regulatory bodies.

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MEET THE AUTHOR

DESCRIPTION

Even before the debate began on whether to amend the federal court rules to accommodate electronic data, author Ronald J. Hedges was an informative and popular speaker on the subject of electronic discovery. He continues to be a primary voice on the issues and topics surrounding this discussion.

Now you can have access to the information and insights you need on the use of, rules governing, and problems related to electronic discovery—all in one comprehensive volume that serves as a roadmap for today’s practitioner of the evolution and ongoing developments in this high-growth area of electronic discovery.

Discovery of Electronically Stored Information: Surveying the Legal Landscape provides a complete overview of how electronic discovery has emerged as a significant factor of modern trial practice. Hedges has done all the work for you by literally surveying the legal landscape of electronic discovery and reviewing countless decisions; articles from law journals, treatises, and the trade press; and rules and guidelines from other regulatory bodies.

You’ll discover the details you need on the following topics:

  • What Does “Electronically Stored Information” Encompass?
  • When to Begin to “Think Electronic”
  • Electronically Stored Information and Rule 26(f)
  • Electronically Stored Information and Rule 26(a)(1)
  • Discovery
  • Form of Production
  • Waiver of Privilege
  • Cost-Bearing: Three Approaches
  • Spoliation
  • Electronically Stored Information and The States
  • Avoiding Problems: Some Suggestions
  • Records Retention in a Criminal Setting—Arthur Andersen and Sarbanes-Oxley
  • Civil and Criminal Liability for “Interception”
  • Ethics

AUTHOR

Bloomberg BNA authors and editors are practicing professionals with insider perspectives and real-life experience. Learn more about this book’s authors and editors.