The Ethics of E-Discovery

    By John M Barkett

    The Ethics of E-Discovery

    The Ethics of E-Discovery

    By John M Barkett

    E-discovery has changed litigation across America. This concise book examines the ethical issues associated with e-discovery and provides guidance on how to deal with the new and challenging intersection of electronic discovery and ethics.
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    Judges are dealing with e-discovery issues unheard of ten years ago. Arbitrators are trying to figure out its impacts in international and domestic arbitration. Lawyers are working their way through a new and ever-changing field that is creating significant ethical and malpractice concerns.

    The Ethics of E-Discovery dives into the thorny issues associated with e-discovery and teaches litigators how to navigate the area through the lens of the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct. This resource covers five key areas:

    • Why electronically stored information is different from paper
    • Federal e-discovery rules
    • E-discovery under the Model Rules of Professional Conduct
    • Qualcomm v. Broadcom
    • Outsourcing e-discovery

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    John M Barkett


    Section of Litigation


    ABA Book Publishing



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    6x9 Paperback

    Publication Date

    12/19/2008 12:00:00 AM

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