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Electronic discovery is the norm in today's litigation. It is critical for litigators and parties to understand the basic legal and technical issues and to know where to go for assistance with advanced issues in both of these areas. eDiscovery serves as an easy-to-read and reliable road map that will carefully guide you through the often complex world of e-discovery. The book is an excellent resource for the litigator trying to stay current with the ever-changing landscape of electronic discovery.

This edition features key author video tips accessible via QR codes found in the book and as linked fileson the searchable CD-ROM!

Contents:

  • eDiscovery—What'sIt All About?
  • eDiscovery:The New Federal Rules
  • eDiscoveryin Pennsylvania
  • PrelitigationRisk Management through Records Management Policies
  • Spoliationof Evidence: The Duty to Preserve Records Relevant to Litigation
  • eDiscoveryCollection, Processing, and Review
  • CanYou Project Manage Electronic Discovery?
  • DigitalForensics Best Practices
  • eDiscovery:Professional Responsibility Considerations
  • Admissibilityof Electronically Stored Information
  • TheE-discovery Special Master Program for the United States District Court for theWestern District of Pennsylvania
  • PredictiveCoding: A Paradigm Shift in eDiscovery Document Review
  • SocialMedia
  • Appendix A: Selected Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
  • AppendixB: Federal Rule of Evidence 502
  • AppendixC: Guidelines for State Trial Courts 
  • AppendixD: Uniform Rules Relating to the Discovery of Electronically Stored Information
  • AppendixE: Selected Pennsylvania Rules
  • AppendixF: Selected Pennsylvania Local Rules of Civil Procedure
  • AppendixG: The Sedona Conference CooperationProclamation
  • AppendixH: Additional Information Sources
  • Tableof Cases
  • SubjectIndex

Number of Pages: 636

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About the Authors

Chapter Thirteen—Social Media

Table of Contents

 

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Product Information
Product Date:
May 01, 2014
eDiscovery, Third Edition (Includes CD-ROM)
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