"Electronic Discovery: Strategic and Practice Considerations for Federal Court Litigation," Defense Research Institute Newsletter

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The advent of the internet age brought with it more than just the unbounded freedom to communicate on the worldwide web, and the benefits of a paperless office. The cyber-sphere has created an unprecedented cache of information such as e-mail, e-data and other information now referred to as "electronically stored information" ("ESI") whose electronic signatures remain permanently embedded on magnetic media long after an e-mail or e-file is deleted. These bits and bytes of electronic information have resulted in an entirely new and sometimes troublesome evidentiary source for attorneys and civil litigants.

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