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Discovering E-Discovery: Home

Overview

Civil and criminal litigation today requires knowledge of electronic discovery.  E-discovery tasks include identification, preservation, collection, processing, review, analysis, production and presentation of electronically stored information (ESI).  This guide provides links to:

  • federal and state legislation, court rules, and cases
  • books, articles, and papers
  • forms, draft interrogatories, and draft deposition questions.

EDRM, a coalition of consumers and providers working together practical resources to improve e-discovery & information governance, created this chart to illustrate the electronic discovery process:

Source: edrm.net

A lawyer-centric work flow model created by R. Losey & other attorneys, based in part on the EDRM flow-chart.

Source: http://www.edbp.com/

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