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E-Discovery - Articles
These articles, while not primarily focused on security issues, do suggests some of the complexities of E-Discovery and newer social media.
Electronic Discovery 2017 by "Prepared for distribution at the Electronic Discovery Nuts & Bolts 2017, September 6, 2017 and Electronic Discovery Institute 2017: What Corporate and Outside Counsel Need to Know, September 18, 2017 Programs".
Call Number: E-Book
Publication Date: 2017-09-19
E-Discovery for Everyone by e-Discovery for Everyone is an introduction to e-Discovery that avoids over-technicality, without being substantively superficial, and manages to be interesting and amusing. Ralph has been writing his e-Discovery Team blog since 2006, and e-Discovery for Everyone assembles many of his most helpful and recent blog posts in a collection that will be of value to newcomers to e-Discovery as well as seasoned practitioners. The book is written in a conversational style, and is divided into short chapters easily read in a relatively short sitting.
Call Number: KF8902.E42L6725 2016
Publication Date: 2017-08-01
Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence in a Nutshell by A concise treatment of all issues relating to electronically stored information (ESI) in litigation today, and a must-own for both civil and criminal practitioners. The authors have substantially rewritten each chapter and added chapters on anticipated changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure governing ESI (which take effect December, 2015), technology-assisted review of ESI, and the use of ESI in criminal cases. Includes extensive treatment of preservation, search for and production of ESI, privilege protection, sanctions, ethical obligations of attorneys with respect to technology, and how the federal rules can be and have been adopted to accommodate digital evidence. Written by the author of the landmark Zubulake opinions and the Sedona Conference, which is at the forefront of thinking and writing on electronic discovery.
Call Number: KF8902.E42S34 2016
Publication Date: 2015-12-24
E-Discovery: An Introduction to Digital Evidence by Essential for anyone who works with technology in the field, E-DISCOVERY is a "hands-on, how-to" training guide that provides you with comprehensive coverage of the technology used in e-discovery in civil and criminal cases. From discovery identification to collection, processing, review, production, and trial presentation, this practical text covers everything you need to know about e-discovery, including the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, and Federal Rules of Evidence. Throughout the text, you will have the opportunity to work with e-discovery tools such as Discovery Attender, computer forensics tools such as AccessData's Forensics ToolKit, as well as popular processing and review platforms such as iConect, Concordance, and iPro. An interactive courtroom tutorial and use of Trial Director are included to complete the litigation cycle. Multiple tools are discussed for each phase, giving you a good selection of potential resources for each task. Finally, real-life examples are woven throughout the text, revealing little talked-about potential pitfalls, as well as best practice and cost management suggestions.
Publication Date: 2013
Where the Money Goes by This monograph provides a richly detailed account of the resources required by a diverse set of very large companies operating in different industries to comply with what they described as typical electronic-discovery requests and suggests ways to reduce those costs, as well as address concerns about duties to preserve data in anticipation of litigation.
Call Number: K2247.P33 2012
Publication Date: 2012-04-26
Electronic Discovery for Small Cases by As organizations create increasing amounts of digital data, electronic discovery costs for lawyers can skyrocket. For firms with limited technology budgets, or cases with small amounts of electronically stored information (ESI), e-discovery can be challenging. Electronic Discovery for Small Cases offers effective, budget-friendly solutions for collecting, viewing, and analyzing electronic evidence that will benefit any litigator.
Call Number: KF8902.E42O47 2012
Publication Date: 2013-12-07
Managing E-Discovery and ESI by The legal landscape, and litigation, have changed markedly in the last decade.This book identifies the key issues related to ESI--pre-litigation management, preservation, collection, processing, review, production, and use in deposition and at trial--and provides clear, practical guidance to litigators. The book is divided into eight parts that follow the sequence from the pre-litigation stage through trial.
Call Number: KF8902.E42 M36 2011
Publication Date: 2012-04-16
E-Discovery and Data Privacy by It is not unusual in corporate litigation for the outcome of a case to hinge on the discovery in court of electronically-stored information (ESI). Yet in most jurisdictions (notably among EU Member States) the withholding of such information is required by privacy laws or even laws specifically blocking the transfer of data for discovery purposes. Companies that ignore such laws may face severe sanctions. In the United States, however, discovery of ESI is often compulsory, and failure to comply can lead to contempt of court and losing the case. This book deals with the dilemma faced by multinational corporations when a United States court demands discovery of ESI that is protected in other countries. In fine detail the authors cover the full spectrum of possible responses, from evaluating the comparative cost of legal sanctions in a variety of major global jurisdictions to recognizing when to avoid litigation entirely. The tone throughout is eminently practical, specifying the precise nature and degree of risk involved and offering optimal solutions to all the conflicts likely to arise. On the theoretical side, the rationales of both the US e-discovery model and data privacy laws (focusing on the European data protection directive) are clearly explained. Specific jurisdictions covered include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macau, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan and United Kingdom.
Call Number: K2247.E15 2011
Publication Date: 2010-12-06
Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence in a Nutshell by A concise treatment of all issues relating to the use of electronic information in litigation today. Extensive treatment of questions of preservation, search for and production of electronically stored information, as well as the ethical issues faced by lawyers in managing all of this information. The book also discusses how electronic information can be produced in court and how the federal rules can be and have been adopted to accommodate digital evidence. The book has been written by the author of the landmark Zubulake opinions; the Reporter to the Advisory Committee on the Federal Rules of Evidence; and the Sedona Conference, which is at the forefront of thinking and writing on the problems of electronic discovery.
Call Number: KF8902.E42S34 2009
Publication Date: 2009-07-21
Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence by This casebook is the first in its field on electronic discovery and digital evidence. Judge Scheindlin, the author of the landmark Zubulake opinions, is the leading authority on electronic discovery issues in the federal judiciary. Professor Capra is the Reporter to the Advisory Committee on Evidence Rules, a co-author of a five-volume treatise on Evidence, and the principal author of Rule 502. Members of The Sedona Conference? Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production, which published The Sedona Principles cited by courts and litigators on a daily basis, contributed commentary and practical guidance.
Call Number: KF8900.A4S35 2009
Publication Date: 2008-12-04
An Introduction to E-Discovery by No one can operate effectively in the court rooms of tomorrow without a good understanding of wheres, hows and whys of digital evidence. As a cover-to-cover read to learn more about the hot topics and latest case law in e-discovery, this book can provide that understanding. After a read through, this book can be used again and again as a reference, with its appendix of useful reference materials to look up cases and arguments to use in daily practice. It's written in an easy-to-read style, making it perfect for anyone interested in e-discovery. Book jacket.
Call Number: KF8902.E42L675 2009
Publication Date: 2009-10-15
E-Discovery by This book introduces the exciting new field of electronic discovery, and explains the latest trends and cases in an interesting and easy-to-read manner. The book is derived from a popular Internet blog on an e-discovery by a senior attorney at a large national law firm. It includes in-depth, authoritative legal analysis and practical advice, not only explaining the legal issues, but also the technologies behind the issues.
Call Number: KF8902.E42L67 2008
Publication Date: 2008-04-23
Techno Security's Guide to E-Discovery and Digital Forensics by This book provides IT security professionals with the information (hardware, software, and procedural requirements) needed to create, manage and sustain a digital forensics lab and investigative team that can accurately and effectively analyze forensic data and recover digital evidence, while preserving the integrity of the electronic evidence for discovery and trial. IDC estimates that the U.S. market for computer forensics will be grow from $252 million in 2004 to $630 million by 2009. Business is strong outside the United States, as well. By 2011, the estimated international market will be $1.8 billion dollars. The Techno Forensics Conference, to which this book is linked, has increased in size by almost 50% in its second year; another example of the rapid growth in the digital forensics world. The TechnoSecurity Guide to Digital Forensics and E-Discovery features: * Internationally known experts in computer forensics share their years of experience at the forefront of digital forensics * Bonus chapters on how to build your own Forensics Lab * 50% discount to the upcoming Techno Forensics conference for everyone who purchases a book
Publication Date: 2007-10-09