Recommended Titles and Treatises
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Managing e-discovery and ESI : from pre-litigation through trial
847 pages. No updates available.
Directed at litigators, this title takes a close and in-depth look at electronically stored information (ESI) as it relates to discovery. It starts by looking at the federal rules of civil procedure that pertain to e-discovery and then moves on to an explanation of the technologies and policies a litigator should be familiar with. The rest of the title looks at the duty to preserve, production, privilege, and ethical issues through the lens of electronic discovery and the discovery of ESI.
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