E-Discovery

    Flash Your Files!

    The importance of keeping documents in business has been important ever since people started doing business with each other. It probably served initially as a way to keep Grog from clubbing Ug over a misunderstanding in their exchange of a mammoth tooth necklace for a spear. While an event such as this may have never […]

    About E-Discovery

    Electronic discovery, often called e-discovery, is the process of identifying, preserving, collecting, filtering, and producing computer-based information that is evidence in litigation or an investigation.

    My name is Aaron Hall. I am an attorney in Minnesota and experienced with e-discovery. You may contact me at www.AaronHall.com.

    This is a hobby for me. Enjoy the site and contribute if you have something to offer. Thanks for visiting.

E-Discovery

What is E-Discovery? eDiscovery for Beginners

Electronic discovery (e-discovery or eDiscovery) involves the exchange of data and information pertaining to a legal action in an electronic ...

Flash Your Files!

The importance of keeping documents in business has been important ever since people started doing business with each other. It ...

Discoverable Information in The Cloud | E-Discovery & The Cloud

About the author: Jon Dawson practiced law in DC for 4+ years, mainly doing litigation support. He was 'in the trenches' ...

Solutions for Electronic Discovery Overload from Social Media Sources

About the author: Jon Dawson practiced law in DC for 4+ years, mainly doing litigation support. He was 'in the trenches' ...

Future E-Discovery Trends in 2010

In this video, Aaron Cronan of Fios discusses the trends in eDiscovery. One trend includes controlling costs by using search/filtering ...

E-Discovery Lessons Learned

One of my favorite legal tech bloggers, Robert Ambrogi, recently mentioned a new e-discovery blog, e-Lessons Learned, which offers a ...

Facebook and E-Discovery: A Great Source of Legal Evidence

As people are increasingly using social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and others, the evidence that people post on those sites becomes more important in lawsuits. This video explains the importance of these issues and the basic considerations with obtaining electronic discovery of evidence on social networking sites.

E-Discovery Spoliation and Sanctions

An article by Eric Sinrod led me to an excellent, current case discussing spoliation law and sanctions law. The case demonstrates the serious consequences of spoliation: default judgment and attorneys fees sanctions.

2009 E-Discovery Events

Although 2008 still has some e-discovery events (such as ALSP Fall Forum 2008 this week), a number of 2009 E-Discovery Events are being planned in the United States, including

Part 3 of 6: Proportionality in discovery proposals for amendments to FRCP – Electronic Discovery

Part 3 of 6: Proportionality in discovery proposals for amendments to FRCP By Cynthia Courtney, Esq., and Peter Coons | D4 LLC Note:This is part 3 of 6 articles in a  series published on InsideCounsel covering the proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP).  Read Part 1 and Part 2.  You can also sign […]