A Primer on Electronic Discovery: What You Don't Know Can Really Hurt YouOctober 15, 2008
Undoubtedly, computers have changed the way we obtain information, the way we communicate, and the way we conduct business. They have also changed the way we conduct litigation. In light of the foregoing, it is vitally important for attorneys (and their clients) to understand the rules regarding electronic discovery, the nature and extent of electronic data, the means available to preserve that data at the beginning of a lawsuit, how such data should be requested, and the sanctions for failing to preserve electronic evidence. Each of these items is addressed in this article authored by Bradley Nahrstadt.