Electronic Discovery Law
Nunn Authors Document Preservation Chapter for DRI Treatise
K&L Gates partner Todd Nunn, together with DATG & Records Management practice attorneys Ted Webber, Mike Goodfried and Trudy Tessaro, co-authored a chapter on the preservation of electronically stored information in DRI's recently published treatise, Understanding the New E-Discovery Rules. This chapter examines the duty to preserve documents and other information, particularly electronically stored information, that is potentially relevant to litigation. It also examines the effect of the recent Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure on the preservation of information, and gives practical instruction on methods of meeting the preservation obligation for electronic information. The treatise was published in December 2006 by DRI as part of the DRI Defense Library Series.
A .pdf copy of the chapter is available here.
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