Judges Rule on Hard-to-Discover Data

By Ronni Abramson
Fulton County Daily Report
May 10, 2007

Federal judges have published opinions for more than 50 e-discovery disputes since the landmark amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure governing the discovery of electronically stored information went into effect on Dec. 1, 2006. These cases give — in almost real time — valuable insight into how judges are interpreting the amendments. These cases provide direction on how to handle the identification, preservation, collection, review and production of ESI in litigation going forward.

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