Massachusetts E-Discovery and Evidence: Preservation Through Trial
- Product Number: 2090555EBK
- Publication Date: 10/12/2017
- Edition: 4th Edition 2017
- Copyright: © 2017 MCLE, Inc.
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To represent your client effectively, you may need to advise on records retention, tackle spoliation, craft a "clawback agreement" to retrieve information inadvertently disclosed online, seize electronic evidence, or depose a computer forensics expert. Massachusetts E-Discovery and Evidence: Preservation Through Trial will guide you through it all. This definitive guide examines the evolution of e-discovery, including the touchstone Sedona Principles for Electronic Document Production, the seminal Zubulake and Morgan Stanley cases, and much more. Metadata, technological schematics, and infrastructure are also explained in easily understood terms.
Update: October 2017
Thank you for choosing to keep informed in the area of e-discovery with this 2017 edition of E-Discovery and Evidence: Preservation Through Trial. Inside, you will find information on topics like these:
WHAT IS "ESI" AND WHERE DOES IT RESIDE?
- See Chapter 1 for updated statistical information regarding the use of smartphones and other electronic devices.
- The chapter reports on recent research from Pew Internet Research that informs counsel regarding the prevalence of electronic devices as sources of evidence in trials today.
- Chapter 1 also features current information regarding the use of cloud-based storage and document hosting, and practical ways in which cloud technology impacts e-discovery objectives in litigation.
- Rely on Chapter 1, as well, for insights into how the phenomenon of "bring your own device" is playing out in workplaces.
- See Chapter 2 for interesting news on the process of electronic discovery harvesting; unitization; and the iterative process of review, reduction, and analysis. The chapter features a section on how to review discovery while maintaining evidentiary privilege and protection.
- Also see Chapter 2 for practical information on the protection known as the "Fed. R. Evid. 502(d) order."
- â¢ Chapter 3 provides a useful summary of the principles contained in the third edition (2017 public comment version) of the Sedona Principles.
This is just a brief sample of the hundreds of new practice notes, analyses, samples, and other practice aides you will encounter in the 2017 edition. We trust that you will find this material useful in your practice, and valuable in your litigation law library.
Maryanne G. Jensen, Esq., Director of Publications
- Update: October 2017
Table of Contents
Table of Contentsexpand allChapter 1 expand
What Is ESI and Where Does It Reside?Buy ChapterChapter 2 expand
Phases When Handling ESI During DiscoveryBuy ChapterChapter 3 expand
A Historical Perspective of E-DiscoveryBuy ChapterChapter 4 expand
Electronic Discovery Practice and Procedure in Federal CourtBuy ChapterChapter 5 expand
Electronic Discovery and Procedure in the Massachusetts State CourtsBuy ChapterChapter 6 expand
Electronic Discovery in Criminal Litigation and Regulatory ProceedingsBuy ChapterChapter 7 expand
E-Discovery and Evidence MaterialsBuy Chapter
Appendix A- The Sedona Conference: Selected eDiscovery Case Law, December 1, 2015 – December 31, 2016 Buy Form
Appendix B- Electronic Evidence in Criminal Investigations and Actions: Representative Court Decisions and Supplementary Materials Buy Form
Appendix C- Pleadings Buy Form
Appendix D- Superior Court Rules and Standing Orders Buy Form
Appendix E- Selected Massachusetts Rules of Civil Procedure Buy Form
Appendix F- Other Materials Buy Form
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