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This comprehensive, stand-alone publication is direct from a September 2013 seminar.
eDiscovery, in the eyes of many, is partly responsible for the decreased number of cases going to trial: it is often just too hard, and in almost every case too expensive, to pursue a case to verdict. The burdens of eDiscovery are unlikely to ease anytime soon. The attorney who fully understands the rules related to eDiscovery, and the insight on how to use those rules to the client’s advantage, will have a leg up on the opposing side. The attorney cannot do it alone, however: the client must be an equal partner in the effort after the litigation begins, and preferably long before.
In this publication, thought leaders from the bench and bar examine how to practice eDiscovery at an advanced level. It will answer such questions as: What data can—and cannot—be recovered from computers, smartphones, flash drives, digital copiers, iPods, GPS devices, cameras, computer swipe cards, social media, etc.? How do you find good experts? How do you make sure the evidence is preserved? What really happens in a computer forensics lab? How do experts cull, dedupe, deNIST, analyze, and extract data? How do you effectively use your experts in court?
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