Texas Perspectives on E-Discovery

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Texas Perspectives on
E-Discovery

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  • 228 pages
  • © 2013
  • $45.00

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Electronic discovery can be a minefield for the unwary. Texas Perspectives on E-Discovery will assist you in making the discovery process fruitful, fair, and cost effective. This compilation of articles, initially presented at TexasBarCLE seminars across the state, covers a variety of topics that lawyers need to be aware of regarding the discovery, authentication, and admissibility of electronically stored information. You will also learn about the potential pitfalls associated with electronic discovery including the financial costs, the duty to preserve, and spoliation. Topics include:

  • Discovery & Authentication
  • Recent Developments & Trends
  • Social Media Discovery Issues
  • Document Management
  • Litigation Holds
  • Proportionality Doctrine
  • Computer Forensics
  • Clawback Agreements
  • Hash Values & Metadata

Authors include:

  • Shannon Armstrong
  • Melinda H. Barlow
  • Karl E. Hayes
  • Heather Kubiak
  • Monica Wiseman Latin
  • Marilea W. Lewis
  • Stephen Orsinger
  • Robinson C. Ramsey
  • Sara E. Romine
  • Carolyn Brostad Southerland

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CONTENTS

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Chapter 1  Discovery and Authentication of Electronically Stored Information Stephen Orsinger

Chapter 2  Recent Developments and Trends in Discovery Monica Wiseman Latin and Sara E. Romine

Chapter 3  E-Discovery Battles: Avoiding Your Waterloo Carolyn Brostad Southerland

Chapter 4  Electronic Evidence: New Roads and Old Routes Robinson C. Ramsey

Chapter 5  Social Media and Your Case: From Pleadings to Closing Melinda H. Barlow

Chapter 6  Document Management and Technology (Including Protecting Your Client’s Confidential Information) Marilea W. Lewis, Karl E. Hays, and Shannon Armstrong

Chapter 7  Electronic Discovery: A Guide for the Personal Injury Lawyer Heather Kubiak