Swimming in the Deep End


Not every judge has the experiences of Magistrate Judges Facciola, Waxse, Grimm or Peck

when it comes to electronically stored information. Some District Court judges are just now

issuing their first ESI opinions, over 2.5 years since the December 2006 Amendments. And for

those who have not followed the news, California state judges will now be facing these issues

since California enacted its own Civil Discovery Act

addressing e-Discovery.

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