Electronic Discovery Law
Governor Schwarzenegger Signs California's Electronic Discovery Act, to be Effective Immediately
After previously vetoing a prior version of the bill for budgetary reasons, Governor Schwarzenegger signed California’s Electronic Discovery Act last night, to be effective immediately. Closely tracking the 2006 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the act institutes procedures to guide the discovery of electronically stored information in California.
To read the full text of the Electronic Discovery Act, click here.
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