eDISCOVERY – The New Frontier By James W. Ryan, Esq.


Today’s office environment is a new world compared to the work place of a dozen years ago. All of the devices which are now part of our day-to-day life—pda’s, cell phones, voice mail, fax transmissions and, of course, email—leave behind a traceable digital communication record usually retained on large and efficient storage devices. The use of these tools—and the very existence of such records—raises many issues in the context of litigation. Over the years, the courts have struggled with how to proceed when asked to issue orders regarding the preservation, retrieval and production of electronic information. Welcome to the digital age and the world of eDiscovery.

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