Written and Electronic Discovery

ebook Theory and Practice

By John Hardin Young

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A comprehensive and practical guide, Written and Electronic Discovery: Theory and Practice leads the reader through the entire discovery process - from the crucial planning stages through the initial 26(f) planning conferences, mandatory disclosures (including experts), interrogatories, production, depositions, admissions, subpoenas, and the ultimate use of the fruits of discovery at trial.

Authors Alan Blakley, John Young, and Terri Zall give special attention to the area of electronically stored information - including issues of retaining and accessing electronic information, expense of discovery versus value in litigation, cost-shifting, metadata, working with IT departments and other computer experts, and automated litigation support.

With its unique blend of theory and practical advice, this book is a must for any litigation professional.

Written and Electronic Discovery