Electronic Evidence and Discovery: What Every Lawyer Should Know Now, Second Edition
"This book touches all the bases that a litigator needs to implement a successful discovery effort - from the technicalities of computer forensics collection to the presentation of electronic evidence at trial. It is more than a useful tool; it is invaluable."
Judge Shira A. Scheindlin, U.S. District Judge, Southern District of New York
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About Electronic Evidence and Discovery
The advancement of technology in the past decade has catapulted the prominence of electronic evidence. It is not only making discovery faster, easier and less expensive for practitioners and their end-clients, but it is opening the doors of possibility toward a path of substantially reducing the total cost of litigation.
This book, written by Michele Lange and Kristin Nimsger of Kroll Ontrack, will bring you up to speed on the sweeping changes in law and technology. It will increase your efficiency and accuracy to the representation of your clients in discovery matters large and small. It provides up-to-date and practical information regarding both the legal and the technological aspects of the e-discovery process in the real world.
While other books focus solely on the law, the technology or academic exercises, this book brings it all together for you as a lawyer, and provides no-nonsense advice upon which you can act. By reading this book you will be able to:
Understand the special characteristics of ESI and challenges faced in e-discovery.
Prepare for litigation by implementing a document preservation plan to avoid sanctions.
Know the standards counsel must follow during e-discovery to meet judicial expectations.
Partner with IT experts to achieve cost-savings in the e-discovery process when gathering data.
Minimize e-discovery disputes over issues such as production, privilege and cost allocation.
Craft winning arguments when disputes do arise.
Ensure that your data is admitted into evidence through compliance with legal requirements.
Understand the importance of hiring a jury consultant and using effective trial presentation methods.
Legal Talk Network Podcast on This Book
The ESI Report Special Edition : What Lawyers Should Know for Successful Discovery Attorneys, litigation support professionals and IT teams have to keep up-to-date with trends and changes in the discovery realm to effectively and efficiently manage ESI for their clients and organizations. Listen to this special report and hear about Electronic Evidence and Discovery: What Every Lawyer Should Know Now co-authored by Attorneys Michele Lange and Kristin Nimsger from Kroll Ontrack. The book, on the American Bar Association's best seller list, is everything law firms and corporate practitioners need to know for a successful discovery effort. Rick Anderson moderates the discussion with Michele Lange and Patrick Oot.