E-Discovery

ISBN-10: 1111310645
ISBN-13: 9781111310646
Edition: 2014
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Description: Essential for anyone who works with technology in the field, E-DISCOVERY is a "hands-on, how-to" training guide that provides readers with comprehensive coverage of the technology used in e-discovery in civil and criminal cases.

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Book details

List price: $27.99
Copyright year: 2014
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
Publication date: 8/7/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

Essential for anyone who works with technology in the field, E-DISCOVERY is a "hands-on, how-to" training guide that provides readers with comprehensive coverage of the technology used in e-discovery in civil and criminal cases.

Amelia Phillips is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has worked for more than 30 years in government, private industry, and academics. She has designed distance education classes and e-commerce, computer forensics, and network security programs at several community colleges. Amelia is Chair of the Pure and Applied Science Division at Highline Community College, a Fulbright Scholar, and a recent PhD in computer security.

Introduction
Introduction to E-discovery and Digital Evidence
An Overview of E-discovery
What Is Digital Evidence?
Types of Digital Evidence
Cloud Computing and Digital Evidence
Factors Affecting Evidence Acquisition
Overview of E-discovery Tools
Cost and Time Considerations
Federal Rules in U.S. Courts
The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
The Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure
The Federal Rules of Evidence
Rules and Policies Governing Digital Evidence
Sedona Principles
FRCP Amendments
State Amendments Related to ESI
United Nations Model Law
European Corporate Laws
Canadian Rules of Civil Procedure
Chapter Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Hands-On Projects
Case Projects
References
A Brief History of E-discovery
When Did E-discovery Begin?
The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
EDI, ESI, and E-discovery
Overview of Metadata in E-discovery
E-discovery Perspectives
E-discovery from a Criminal Perspective
E-discovery from a Civil Perspective
How to Read a Case
Overview of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model
Criminal Cases and the EDRM
Introduction to the Case Study
The Enron Case
Chapter Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Hands-On Projects
Case Projects
References
E-discovery Planning and Tools
Selecting the E-discovery Scope
Broad E-discovery Scopes
Targeted E-discovery Scopes
Factors in Planning Discovery
Legal Considerations
Data Authentication
Data Collections
Cost and Time Considerations
Using Digital Forensics Tools for E-discovery
E-discovery Software
E-discovery and Trial
Trial Presentation Tools
Chapter Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Hands-On Projects
Case Projects
References
Experts: The Right Person for the Right Job
Managing E-discovery
Discovery Management in the Past
E-discovery Management Today
Digital Forensics Consultants and Examiners
A Digital Forensics Consultant's Role in Civil Cases
A Digital Forensics Examiner's Role in Criminal Cases
Testimony by Digital Forensics Consultants and Examiners
Training and Experience for Digital Forensics Consultants
E-discovery Consultants
Consultant Categories
Testimony by E-discovery Consultants
Outsourcing E-discovery Consultants
Special Masters and Forensics Mediators
Best Practices in Selecting an E-discovery Team
Chapter Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Hands-On Projects
Case Projects
References
Digital Evidence Case Flow
Preserving Digital Evidence
Duty to Preserve
Identification and Collection
Processing Digital Evidence
Requests for Data
Eliminating Duplicate Files
Using Native or Converted Files
Then There's Paper
Identifying and Reviewing Relevant Data
Sorting Relevant and Nonrelevant Data
Attorney-Client and Work-Product Privileges
Protected Discovery
The Production Phase
Arbitration and Mediation
Chapter Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Hands-On Projects
Case Projects
References
Case Study: From Beginning to Trial
Early Case Evaluation
Prelitigation Investigations
Starting Litigation
Legal Hold
Request for Admission
Interrogatories
Meet and Confer
Request for Production
Plaintiffs' E-discovery Management
Sampling and Metrics
Project Management Resources
E-discovery Organization
Case Issues and Strategies
Database Configuration
Document Coding
Quality Assurance
Metrics Review
Fact-Finding
Pretrial Motions
Trial Presentation
Trial Tools
Exhibit Organization and Migration
Courtroom Facilities
Security Considerations
Jury Considerations
Judicial Considerations
Chapter Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Hands-On Projects
Case Projects
References
Information Governance and Litigation Preparedness
Examining Information Governance
Privacy Laws
Freedom of Information Act
Systems to Assist with Litigation Preparedness
Planning for Multiple Litigations
Mergers and Acquisitions
Speeding Up Searches
Chapter Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Hands-On Projects
Case Projects
References
Researching E-discovery Case Law
Understanding the Legal Appeals Process
Using Legal Databases
Examining U.S. Case Law
E-mail and Privacy
Litigation Holds
Effects of Criminal Case Law
International Law and Multijurisdictional Cases
Using the E-discovery Database
Tables in the Database
Chapter Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Hands-On Projects
Case Projects
References
The Future of E-discovery
Privacy Revisited
New and Proposed ISO Standards
The Effects of New Technology
Searching Data on Mobile Devices in Criminal Cases
E-discovery and Social Media
Storage in the Cloud
Emerging Trends
Anti-forensics in E-discovery
Anti-forensics Methods
Chapter Summary
Key Terms
Review Questions
Hands-On Projects
Case Projects
References
Resources
Glossary
Index

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