Cornell Law School Legal Information Institute and Wex (E-Discovery)

Legal Information Institute (LII) is the research and online publishing branch of the Cornell Law School. Full texts of the following collections are available and searchable. The bailout bill: Yes, The U.S. House of Representatives bill to purchase and insure certain types of troubled assets for providing economic stability. Lawsuits stemming from violations of this […]

Ten e-Discovery Cases with Really Good Lessons

In This Topic Learning from the experience of others Tracking opinions of the e-discovery judges Finding the but (exception) in every rule Steering clear of hot spots If you’re irresistibly drawn to learning from legal blunders and unwise If you’re irresistibly drawn to learning from legal blunders and unwise e-discovery tactics, you’re in luck. Most […]

American Bar Association Journal (E-Discovery)

The American Bar Association (ABA) Journal is dedicated to the full spectrum of law. You can guess from the name that this is the Web site of the ABA’s flagship publication. The online resource has many features and conveniences including: Legal news that is updated frequently throughout business days. Analysis from more than 2,500 legal […]

Legal Technology's Electronic Data Discovery

Electronic Data Discovery (EDD) is a specialized section of Legal Technology. Consider this Web site a consolidator of news from other legal sources. On their main page are four or five article titles and brief summaries. Each article title links to the full version on the original source. In addition to the articles, the EDD […]

Supreme Court of the United States (E-Discovery)

You can go right to the source, the Supreme Court of the United States. Don’t overlook or underestimate the value of this Web site. You can search the Supreme Court files for documents containing terms that are of interest to you. Results are portable data format (PDF) documents and available for download. Having a law […]

E-Discovery Team Blog

E-discovery blogger and attorney Ralph C. Losey offers up-to-the-moment critiques, interviews, explanations, views, and opinions on law and IT. Archives extend back to November 2006, just prior to the December 1, 2006 effective date of the FRCP amendments. The blog provides content for a wide audience of legal and IT professionals who are new to […]

LexisNexis Applied Discovery Online Law Library

Applied Discovery developed the first online law library featuring case summaries devoted to the topic of e-discovery. The LexisNexis Applied Discovery Online Law Library (click the Online Law Library tab on the home page) offers a remarkable set of resources, but you need to be a registered user. Registration is free with a standard form […]

Discovery Resources

Discovery Resources is a composite Web site intended for legal professionals interested in learning about e-discovery’s technological and legal challenges. Posts are relatively brief and made by those in the industry or Fios, Inc (the Web site sponsor). You find sections on standards and best practices, a library, and archived Webcasts and podcasts. The Views […]

Law Technology News (E-Discovery)

Law Technology News (LTN) is a media publication that’s available online and in print. The LegalTech trade show is an intensive learning opportunity with continuing legal education (CLE) accredited educational tracks on e-discovery. LTN provides a wide range of materials in large volume. You can follow LTN on Twitter. Resources offered are podcasts and links […]

Electronic Discovery Law

Electronic Discovery Law is a blog providing up-to-date e-discovery legal issues and best practices published by the e-Discovery Analysis and Technology (e-DAT) Group of K&L Gates law firm. A unique resource is the Electronic Discovery Case Database containing more than 1,000 federal and state cases. K&L Gates maintains and continually updates the database. The database […]