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Electronic evidence and discovery: what every lawyer should know now
429 pages. Updated .
This ABA publication by legal technologies business women Michele Lange and Kristin Nimsger is a helpful companion for making sense of the technical aspects and practical implications of electronic evidence and discovery. This second edition will aid attorneys working in the growing eDiscovery sector with over 200 pages of new information added since its last printing. Lange and Nimsger begin with a general discussion of applicable Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, provide the reader with a lengthy chapter on the practical legal implications of electronic evidence, and cover the basics of discovery technologies and computer forensics. The resource's appendixes and figures provide the reader with case information, state statutes, and sample forms and correspondence for eDiscovery practice.