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Author: Marian K. Riedy Esq.,Suman Beros,Esq. Kim Sperduto
ISBN13: 978-1596932203
Title: Litigating with Electronically Stored Information (Artech House Telecommunications Library)
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Publisher: Artech House Publishers (October 25, 2007)
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Litigating with Electronically Stored Information (Artech House Telecommunications Library) by Marian K. Riedy Esq.,Suman Beros,Esq. Kim Sperduto



Suman Beros Suman Beros is a partner at Riedy & Beros. in information systems and marketing management from Pace University. Marian K. Riedy Marian K. Riedy, Esq. is a partner of Riedy & Beros, LLC, an e-litigation consulting firm in Washington, . She clerked for former Chief Judge Harrison Winter, .

Electronically stored information (ESI) has transformed litigation. In a world where e-mail records can now make or break a case, attorneys must manage ESI effectively at every phase of litigation and make the most of laws governing its use. This authoritative book not only explains the latest rules affecting ESI, but also helps lawyers seize the upper hand in procedural matters involving jurisdiction, discovery, and evidence as well as in substantive areas including contracts, torts, and criminal la. (more).

any designated documents or electronically stored g writings, drawings, graphs, charts, photographs, sound recordings, images, and other data or data compilations-stored in any medium from which information can be obtained either directly or, if necessary, after translation by the responding party into a reasonably usable form. Rule 34(a)(1) is intended to be broad enough to cover all current types. Riedy; Suman Beros; Kim Sperduto (2007). Litigating With Electronically Stored Information. Artech House Telecommunications Library. This article relating to law in the United States or its constituent jurisdictions is a stub.

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Marian K. The United States Congress is the branch of the federal government. It is bicameral, comprising the House of Representatives and the Senate, the House currently consists of 435 voting members, each of whom represents a congressional district. The number of each state has in the House is based on each states population as determined in the most recent United States Census. All 435 representatives serve a two-year term, each state receives a minimum of one representative in the House. Riedy, Suman Beros & Kim Sperduto, Mediated Investigative E-Discovery, 4 FED. CTS. L. REV. 77 (2010). RIEDY, SUMAN BEROS & KIM SPERDUTO, LITIGATING WITH ELECTRONICALLY STORED INFORMATION (Artech House, Norwood, MA, 2007).

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Electronically stored information (ESI) has transformed litigation. In a world where e-mail records can now make or break a case, attorneys must manage ESI effectively at every phase of litigation and make the most of laws governing its use. This authoritative book not only explains the latest rules affecting ESI, but also helps lawyers seize the upper hand in procedural matters involving jurisdiction, discovery, and evidence as well as in substantive areas including contracts, torts, and criminal law. The book provides expert analysis of the 2006 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and addresses how the new rules apply in real-world cases. It alerts litigators to discovery issues in today's Internet and e-mail age, and underscores attorney-client issues unique to ESI.