We are pleased to announce that our searchable case database now contains over 1,000 e-discovery cases from state and federal jurisdictions, with new cases being added every week. Now more than ever, our database is an excellent source of information on developing e-discovery case law around the country.
The database is still searchable by keyword, or by any combination of 28 different case attributes, several of which track the 2006 e-discovery amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Each search will produce a list of relevant cases, including a brief description of the nature and disposition of each case, the electronic evidence involved and a link to a more detailed case summary if available.
Curious about e-discovery developments that have occurred since the first of the year? Visit the database and enter "2008" in the keyword search box to see an overview of the roughly 100 cases involving electronic discovery issues that we’ve tracked so far this year.
Click here to visit the database. We hope you find it to be a helpful resource for tracking the development of e-discovery case law, and use it often. Happy searching!