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A Pocket Guide to E-Discovery

The 48-page second edition of Managing Discovery of Electronic Information: A Pocket Guide for Judges by Barbara Rothstein, Ronald Hedges and Elizabeth was published recently. The booklet includes a variety of topics including the difference between conventional paper discovery and electronically stored information as well as tips on the role of the judge. “As we await approval of the new e-Discovery rules in Florida by the Florida Supreme Court, the newly revised pocket guide to e-Discovery published by the Federal Judicial Center is a valuable resource,” John Upchurch commented.  “Florida attorneys face a steep learning curve; fundamental competency and ethical requirements mean all of us will have to become intimately familiar with this challenging new field.”

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Federal Judicial Center Updates E-Discovery Pocket Guide






 

John Upchurch is a principal mediator at the firm of Upchurch, Watson, White and Max. For more information visit John Upchurch's biography



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