WeirFoulds LLP is pleased to announce the publication of Electronic Documents: Records Management, e-Discovery and Trial, February 2010.
Editors: Bryan Finlay Q.C., Marie-Andre Vermette and Michael Statham
With update and original contributions from: Caroline Abela, Steve Doak, Paul Guy, Nikiforos Iatrou, Richard Ogden, Stephanie Turnham, David Vitale and John Wilkinson.
Electronic data is modifying how lawyers interact, changing how information is collected and used, and transforming the courtrooms.
This in-depth resource examines and analyzes the issues relating to electronic documents, including: the sources and types of electronic documents; records management policies; the legal framework governing e-discovery in Canada; the preservation; collection; processing; review and production of electronic documents; and the use of electronic evidence at trial.
This dynamic and growing aspect of legal practice is clarified and explained with extensive reference to relevant Canadian and U.S. authorities.
“Before, during, and after litigation, practitioners and clients will need the information, advice, and recommendations found in this book. (It) provides not only a report on the past and the present of E-Discovery but also analytical tools or building blocks for solutions in the future. This is a very useful text, and I commend it to its readers.”
Justice Paul M. Perell, Ontario Superior Court of Justice
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