Electronic Evidence and Discovery: What Every Lawyer Should Know Now
This book will increase your efficiency and accuracy to the representation of your clients in discovery matters large and small. It provides the latest information regarding the legal and technological aspects of the e-discovery process. You will learn the special characteristics of ESI and challenges faced in e-discovery, how to prepare for litigation by implementing a document preservation plan, the standards counsel must follow during e-discovery to meet judicial expectations and more.
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