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Discovering E-Discovery: Production / Sanctions

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U.S. Dept. of Justice, Antitrust Division

The U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division, maintains a page linking to electronic discovery materials:

"Electronic Discovery

NOTE: These materials pertain to civil investigations only and are merely representative. They are subject to change. Due to the pace of change and matter and party-specific issues, youmust consult Division staff for matter-specific guidance before beginning any collection of electronic documents for production to the Division.

March 26, 2014

Technology-Assisted Review and Other Discovery Initiatives, Tracy Greer

March 29, 2012

Electronic Discovery at the Antitrust Division: An Update, Tracy Greer

March 25, 2009

E-Discovery Initiatives at the Antitrust Division, Tracy Greer

Electronic Production Letter Using Load Files

Questionnaire on Electronically Stored Information"

Updated July 2, 2015

Civil Investigative Demands

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