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About the Book
This book focuses on the e-discovery amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which were approved by the Judicial Conference of the United States on September 20, 2005. The issues addressed by the new rules will significantly impact the way law is practiced and are discussed in detail in the book. These include such topics as the concept of electronically stored information; the new approach to pre-discovery meetings, the form of production of electronic evidence, inaccessible evidence, preservation of evidence when routine processes may destroy it, the safe harbor, and privilege waiver issues.
"The authors of The Discovery Revolution should be commended for their expert treatment of a complex subject. Their fine work, which is the most comprehensive analysis to date of these important amendments, provides the reader with a penthouse view of the new discovery landscape. By examining the many points of view and perspectives that have contributed to the recommendations made by the Judicial Conference's Standing Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure, the authors provide both the casual and expert observer alike with a concise "front row" view of a process that began in 1999. Given the profound impact that these amendments will have on the practice of law and corporate record keeping when they take effect in 2006, this book is a must read for lawyers, law students, records managers and information technology leaders who will be active participants in this new world order."
Michael J. Prounis CEO / Co-Founder, Evidence Exchange New York, NY
"First and foremost, the Guide derives its penultimate value by simply bringing together, in one convenient place, all of the content regarding the proposed amendments. Sounds easy, but this is no simple task."
Dean Gonsowski Digital Discovery & e-Evidence newsletter Vol. 6, No. 1 / January 2006