Saturday, September 15, 2007

How do you actually do e-discovery?

PowerPoint slides
You'll find no shortage of sites highlighting the latest case in which an attorney or client was sanctioned for failing to handle e-discovery correctly. But how do you actually go through the steps of producing and dealing with electronic information in discovery? I recently presented a step-by-step approach with electronic discovery expert and consultant Mandi Ross at the ISBA Solo and Small Firm conference. Here is a link to view the PowerPoint slides from that presentation. It includes a summary of some of the key cases in the evolution of e-discovery law and a step-by-step process for how to think about e-discovery. Of course, a big disclaimer: this is not legal advice, just an interesting presentation.

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mgrossman said...
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mgrossman said...

Thanks, Todd. These slides were as helpful and informative as the presentations you made in St. Charles at the ISBA Solo Conference.

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