Recommended Titles and Treatises
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Electronic evidence: law and practice
500 pages. Updated by new edition.
Electronic Evidence: Law and Practice explores the range of problems encountered with electronic communications from discovery to trial, and offers practical solutions to both existing and potential problems. It examines the new discovery rules and how they relate to past practices, and fundamental evidentiary issues governing the admissibility of electronic evidence. Particular emphasis is given to the unique problems evolving around the way in which parties are asserting the attorney-client privilege and judges are applying it to e-mail communications.