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About the Book
E-discovery has shaken up litigation across America. Judges are dealing with e-discovery issues unheard of ten years ago. Arbitrators are trying to figure out its impacts in international and domestic arbitration. Civil law practitioners, who do not yet deal with e-discovery in the same sense as common law lawyers must deal with it, may be wondering what the fuss is about. The case law is developing in a number of areas and conflicting decisions are not unusual.
This concise book examines recurring issues in the area of e-discovery in an accessible question and answer format. It offers insight into the thorny issues and references specific cases to make your research quicker and easier. It provides much-needed clarity on the issues that you see again and again in e-discovery.
Must a Party Preserve Backup Tapes?
Must Bad Faith Be Shown to Obtain Sanctions Against the United States?
Are Document Retention Notices and Key Word Search Protocols Discoverable?
How Do You Make Sure that a Party Complies with E-Discovery Obligations?
Can You Use A Subpoena to Obtain Information From an Opposing Expert?
What Your Peers Are Saying
"E-Discovery: Twenty Questions and Answers is detailed, highly informative and far more thoughtful than most writing on the subject. The author applies his legal scholarship and keen insight to a field that is often rife with anecdotes and thinly disguised marketing pitches. It is a welcome addition to the e-discovery literature."