Electronic Discovery: Law and Practice
Electronic Discovery: Law and Practice addresses all aspects of the practice of discovery with respect to electronic information. The major theme focuses on the application of pragmatic guidelines to actual practice scenarios and covers all relevant legal and technical issues. The authors discuss the vertical markets, both from the corporate policy/records retention issues as well as the litigation issues, for markets such as intellectual property, computer/technology, accounting, securities practice, etc. This book includes authoritative discussion of critical topics, including: Potential locations for electronic information; Retention policies; Storing and organizing of electronic information; Costs and efforts involved in locating electronic information; Corporate policies and practices regarding use of email; Assuring the preservation of electronic information by taking early precautions; Recognizing that electronic discovery is a two-way street; Preparing a discovery plan; Duty to preserve; Initial discovery requests; Forensics experts; Framing discovery requests; Protective orders; Requests for electronic information
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