California's E-Discovery Rules Blaze National Trail

By Erin Coe (June 18, 2014, 2:34 PM EDT) -- Attorneys don't need to be technology whizzes to handle electronic discovery in litigation, but they do have an ethical obligation to know when to seek outside help, according to e-discovery guidance proposed by the State Bar of California, which experts say could influence standards nationwide as states grapple with the growing role of electronically stored information in modern legal practice....

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