Electronic Discovery: Rules for a Digital Age
Electronically stored information has become the dominant form of discovery in the litigation process. The duty to preserve and produce evidence that is discoverable in pending or anticipated litigation has led to unique problems in electronic discovery. Electronically stored information is more voluminous than paper discovery and can be stored or produced in a variety of formats. These issues have contributed to increased litigation costs. Additionally, electronic discovery has contributed to an increase in the unintentional disclosure of privileged information, which can have significant consequences to litigants.
Hopkins, Jamie Patrick, "Electronic Discovery: Rules for a Digital Age" (2011). Faculty Publications. 54.