E-Discovery in Canada, 2nd Edition
One of the greatest challenges facing litigators today is the discovery of electronically stored information. Electronic discovery, or e-discovery, is now a standard part of the litigation process. Litigators and law clerks in every practice area, including those involved with criminal and family law matters, must understand how to best manage all ...
Products to Consider
Art of Advocacy Series: Discovery
Covers the following areas of practice: Depositions Interrogatories and requests for production of documents Requests for admissions Combined discovery demands Contributors include: David B. Baum, Robert E. Cartwright, Bill Colson, Robert L. Habush, Ann Weaver Housner, Joseph Kelner, Myron W. Kronisch, Norman J. Landau, Samuel Langerman, Stanley E. ...
Discovery in Construction Litigation, 4th Edition
Discovery in Construction Litigation, 4th Edition explores aspects of discovery such as litigation support systems, privileges, and alternative dispute resolution. It includes interrogatories and requests for production of documents, appendices with sample forms, lists of documents, and discovery rules.
Electronic Evidence and E-Discovery
Are You Prepared for Litigation Involving Electronic Information? Virtually every case today, from small claims to class actions, involves electronic information: emails, word-processing documents, spreadsheets and databases, metadata, digital photographs, and many other media. Electronic information can make or break a legal cause of action or a ...