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NEW 3rd Edition - Arkfeld on Electronic Discovery and Evidence and Updated Best Practice Guides - The Only Complete eDiscovery Reference Source

 

PHOENIX, AZ – Law Partner Publishing announces the release of the 3rd edition of its acclaimed Arkfeld on Electronic Discovery and Evidence treatise and updated practice guides by the well-known author, speaker and attorney, Michael R. Arkfeld. The treatise, best practice guides, forms and other material make this the only complete eDiscovery reference source.

 

HIGHLIGHTS

·         New 3rd Edition of treatise

·         Newly revised Electronic Discovery and Evidence Best Practices Guide

·         New Meet and Confer Planning Guide

·         Newly revised Legal Hold Best Practices Guide

·         New Information Technology Discovery Questions section (47 pages)

 

Arkfeld on Electronic Discovery and Evidence:  The Spotlight on Legal Holds

PHOENIX, AZ – Law Partner Publishing announces the release of the April, 2010 edition of its acclaimed Electronic Discovery and Evidence (2nd Ed.) treatise by the well-known author, speaker and attorney, Michael R. Arkfeld.   Updated and expanded through January, 2010, this edition (1300+ pages) includes a detailed discussion of e-discovery federal and state cases with critical cross references to the underlying technology and legal concepts.

In addition, the ESI Pretrial Discovery - Strategies and Tactics Best Practices Guide has been completely revised and provides strategic guidance, recommendations and practice forms for legal professionals, including corporate counsel, in preparing for and implementing a “litigation hold.” This Guide covers the components of a litigation readiness plan to ensure that your client can identify, preserve, collect, process, and review electronic data for disclosure in a timely manner. Such a proactive approach will contribute to your success by properly identifying and preserving ESI once a triggering event occurs.

Arkfeld on Electronic Discovery and Evidence:  Significant Trends in Electronic Discovery

PHOENIX, AZ – Law Partner Publishing announces the release of the September 2009 edition of its acclaimed Electronic Discovery and Evidence (2nd Ed.) treatise by the well-known author, speaker and attorney, Michael R. Arkfeld.   Updated and expanded through July 2009, this edition (1300+ pages) includes a detailed discussion of e-discovery federal and state cases with critical cross references to the underlying technology and legal concepts.

In addition, the Litigation Readiness and Hold has been completely revised and provides strategic guidance, recommendations and practice forms for legal professionals, including corporate counsel, in preparing for and implementing a “litigation hold.” This Guide covers the components of a litigation readiness plan to ensure that your client can identify, preserve, collect, process, and review electronic data for disclosure in a timely manner. Such a proactive approach will contribute to your success by properly identifying and preserving ESI once a triggering event occurs.

Electronic Discovery and Evidence: New E-Discovery Federal Rules

PHOENIX, AZ – Law Partner Publishing announced the release of the 2006-2007 edition to the acclaimed Electronic Discovery and Evidence treatise by the well-known attorney, speaker and author, Michael R. Arkfeld.

This 2006-2007 expanded edition (more than 60 additional pages) will update you on all the latest case law and procedural developments concerning electronic evidence. Besides a significant addition for the pending federal rules, the new edition enlarges the analysis concerning search protocol and certification as well as the numerous federal directives requiring counsel to proactively identify and preserve responsive electronic data. Answers on how to discover, produce and admit electronic evidence to avoid ethical problems and court sanctions can be found in this latest edition of Electronic Discovery and Evidence. . . ."

 

Electronic Discovery and Evidence: Court Sanctions for Spoliation Intensify

 

"PHOENIX, AZ – Law Partner Publishing announced the release of the 2005-2006 edition to the acclaimed Electronic Discovery and Evidence treatise by the well-known speaker and author, Michael R. Arkfeld. T

his new edition comes at a time when the courts continue to impose severe sanctions for spoliation of electronic evidence. In two landmark decisions, the Courts in Coleman (Parent) Holdings, Inc. v. Morgan Stanley & Co., Inc., 2005 WL 67071 (Fla. Cir. Ct. Mar. 1, 2005) and Zubulake v. UBS Warburg LLC, No. CIV.02-12432004, WL 1620866, at *8 (S.D.N.Y. July 20, 2004) issued adverse inference instructions for spoliation of evidence. As a result, the jury in the Morgan Stanley case returned with a 1.4 billion dollar verdict and in Zubulake the jury returned with a 29 million dollar verdict.

Answers on how to discover, produce and admit electronic evidence to avoid ethical problems and court sanctions can be found in this latest edition of Electronic Discovery and Evidence."

Electronic Discovery and Evidence: Avoiding the Perils and Pitfalls

"PHOENIX, AZ – Answers on how to discover, produce and admit electronic evidence to avoid ethical problems and court sanctions can be found in the latest edition of Electronic Discovery and Evidence. Law Partner Publishing has announced the release of the 2004-2005 edition to the acclaimed Electronic Discovery and Evidence treatise by the well known speaker and author, Michael R. Arkfeld."

Leading Scholar Award - Electronic Discovery and Evidence

"PHOENIX, AZ - Michael R. Arkfeld, Esq. author of Electronic Discovery and Evidence and The Digital Practice of Law has been selected as the recipient of the 2004 E-Evidence Thought Leading Scholar Award presented by Kroll Ontrack. These awards are presented to law firms, corporations, government entities, and individuals based on their recent and significant contributions to the development of the body of law, practice and procedure in the area of electronic evidence."

A New Era: Electronic Discovery and Evidence

"PHOENIX, AZ – As we enter the 21st century more and more attorneys are concerned with the discovery, production and admissibility of electronic evidence. The ubiquitous use of computers for creating electronic information has dramatically changed discovery and admission of case evidence. . . . With the release of Electronic Discovery and Evidence published by Law Partner Publishing, attorneys, paralegals and other legal professionals now have an authoritative and comprehensive resource available to them. Authored by the well-known writer and speaker, Michael R. Arkfeld, Esq., this book provides legal and technical analysis on the discovery, production and admission of electronic evidence."

 

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