ESI Handbook: Sources, Technology, and Process
Information that is crucial to your case can be stored just about anywhere—inBlackberries, on home computers, in cell phones, in voicemail transcriptionprograms, on flash drives, in native files, in metadata …Knowing what you’re looking for is essential, but understanding technology anddata storage systems can literally make or break your discovery efforts—andyour case. If you can’t write targeted discovery requests, you won’t get allthe information you need.ESI Handbook: Sources, Technology, and Process immediately helpsyou to:Fully grasp the complexities of data sources and IT systems as they relate toelectronic discovery, including cutting-edge software tools that facilitatediscovery and litigation.Achieve a cooperative and efficient approach to conducting cost-effectiveESI discovery .Employ sophisticated and effective discovery tools, including concept andcontextual searching, statistical sampling, relationship mapping, andartificial intelligence—that help automate the discovery process, reduce costsand enhance process and information integrity.The essential companion to Electronic Discovery: Law and Practice,ESI Handbook: Sources, Technology, and Process provides you withpractical assistance through every stage of the eDiscovery process,including:Creating a legally compliant document retention policyPreserving ESI through litigation holds; identifying and interviewingkey playersReviewing preservation memoDefining relevant ESIIdentifying privacy or confidentiality issuesCreating an eDiscovery planRetaining eDiscovery vendorsMeet and confer—presenting proposed discovery plan to judge and negotiateterms for search criteria and production and timingRule 16 Scheduling ConferenceESI processingLegal reviewMotions related to production of documentsUse of ESI at trialESI Handbook: Sources, Technology, and Process is logicallyorganized to enable easy reading - even on the most complex topics. Itprovides quick access to essential answers, while minimizing dependence onfootnotes, endnotes, and other cumbersome annotations.
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