How Emerging Sources Of ESI Will Impact Discovery

By Charles McGee (February 16, 2018, 12:21 PM EST) -- Late last year, the Sedona Conference released its final version of the third edition of its principles addressing electronic document production. These principles were the result of years of collaboration between the drafting team and other members of the e-discovery community. It had been a decade since the second edition was published, and there have been countless technological innovations in the subsequent years. Indeed, the previous edition was released in the same month as Apple put its very first iPhone on sale. Facebook was still in its infancy, while Twitter and Snapchat had not yet been created. The release of the updated principles presents a good opportunity to examine new sources of electronically stored information and evaluate their impact on the discovery process....

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