A concise treatment of all issues relating to the use of electronic information in litigation today, this Law in a Nutshell: Electronic Discovery presents an extensive treatment of questions of preservation, search for and production of electronically stored information, as well as the ethical issues faces by lawyers in managing all of this information. The book also discusses how electronic information can be produced in court and how the federal rules can be and have been adopted to accommodate digital evidence. Law in a Nutshell: Electronic Discovery has been written by the author of the landmark Zubulake opinions; the Reporter to the Advisory Committee on the Federal Rules of Evidence; and The Sedona Conference, which is at the forefront of thinking and writing on the problems of electronic discovery.
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|Author||Scheindlin, Capra,et al.|
|Edition||2nd ed., 2016|