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Electronic Discovery in Tennessee: Rules, Case Law and Distinctions
by:W. Russell Taber III
Now that virtually all information is created electronically, e-discovery has increasingly become critical in cases large or small in Tennessee state and federal courts. Citing more than 300 cases and numerous other resources, this book analyzes the law of e-discovery and digital evidence in Tennessee and how it compares with notable cases and authority...
Now that virtually all information is created electronically, e-discovery has increasingly become critical in cases large or small in Tennessee state and federal courts. Citing more than 300 cases and numerous other resources, this book analyzes the law of e-discovery and digital evidence in Tennessee and how it compares with notable cases and authority in other jurisdictions. This book covers e-discovery issues at the various stages of a matter from pre-litigation preparedness through admissibility at trial and discusses the hottest topics in the field including preservation, predictive coding and social media, while also identifying ways to save costs and avoid pitfalls in e-discovery. Review in March 2013 Tennessee Bar Journal: “... Taber wrote this book to help those of us swimming (or drowning) in the high seas of data ... [T]he book goes well beyond litigation holds and metadata scrubbing ... It also tackles ‘next step’ topics like cloud computing, ‘claw-back’ agreements and non-waiver orders ... The book not only helps you stay out of trouble; it also helps you win ... More than anything else, I can say without pause that Taber has written quite a ‘useful’ book. It is also written and structured in a way that makes the book easy to navigate and even easier to read ...” Review in November 2012 Knoxville Bar Association’s Dicta Magazine: “... This book is a valuable resource for every litigator that practices in Tennessee ... In sum, this book is a well-organized commentary and summary of the surprisingly vast Tennessee e-discovery law and is a useful resource for not only the litigator, but also the non-litigator business attorney ...”
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