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Electronic Discovery 2013
Steven C. Bennett, Gary A. Adler
Corporate & Securities, Litigation
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Chapter 1. The Sedona Conference “Jumpstart Outline”: Questions to Ask Your Client & Your Adversary to Prepare for Preservation, Rule 26 Obligations, Court Conferences & Requests for Production
Chapter 2. How can Courts Encourage Cooperation in Discovery?
Chapter 3. Managing E-Discovery Projects: Ten Key Steps
Chapter 4. Experts on Computer-assisted Review: Why Federal Rule of Evidence 702 should Apply to their Use
Chapter 5. Judicial Modesty: the Case for Jurist Restraint in the New Electronic Age
Chapter 6. The New Proposed Federal Rules and How to Use them in the Rule 26(f) Conference Now
Chapter 7. Bridging the Technical and Legal Divide: Information Retrieval Process Quality Standards for Counsel
Chapter 8. The Grossman-Cormack Glossary of Technology-Assisted Review with Forward by John M. Facciola, U.S. Magistrate Judge
Chapter 9. Problems and Solutions in Electronic Discovery
Chapter 10. Technology-Assisted Review, Predictive Coding and New Search Technologies
Chapter 11. Managing E-Discovery Costs: Mission Possible
Chapter 12. Chapter 13 Ethics and Electronic Discovery
Chapter 13. Proposed Rule 37(e): Addressing Spoliation Unfairness by a Comprehensive National Rule
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