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E-Discovery: twenty questions and answers
125 pages. No updates available.
New technologies have raised a number of thorny issues in terms of document retention protocols, discovery obligations, and privilege and access to data. As the e-discovery issues judges are dealing with today did not exist ten years ago, precedent is still in the making and it is not uncommon to find conflicting decisions on the topic. Barkett's ABA publication on e-discovery frames these issues by positing a series of questions that force us to critically examine all the facets of this emerging aspect of contemporary law. This is a resource for those interested in the impact of new technology on the legal profession and the possibilities and pitfalls it can bring.
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