Electronic Discovery Law
JOLT Releases Annual Survey of E-Discovery
The Richmond Journal of Law & Technology (JOLT) released its third Annual Survey of Electronic Discovery this week. The issue features articles on a number of important issues relating to the new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, including managing preservation obligations, accessible vs. inaccessable data, and creative approaches to cost-shifting. Thanks to Jon Player, editor-in-chief, for bringing this to our attention.
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