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.
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?
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