Julia Wotipka at DiscoveryResources.org told me about the growing collection of free podcasts (webinar downloads) on electronic discovery topics now available at http://www.fiosinc.com/events/podcasts.html. Discovery Resources.org is the premier collection of resources on electronic discovery now available on the Internet. As an example, here’s a PDF on the site with the proposed electronic discovery amendments to the Federal Rules.
If you like audio / webinar programming on electronic discovery, don’t forget about Merrill’s excellent collection of free short topical programs on specific electronic discovery topics at http://www.merrillcorp.com/law/. You’ll notice several of my programs available there.
The best article I’ve read on practical electronic discovery issues is called A Gold Mine of Electronic Discovery Expertise: A Conversation Among Veterans of Electronic Discovery Battles and it is currently featured in the May “Best of” issue of Law Practice Today.
Mary Mack’s Sound Evidence blog is the newest of the electronic discovery blogs that I’ve seen. It’s definitely worth a look – see her coverage of the recent Morgan Stanley decision.
Want to learn a heckuva lot more about electronic discovery? Consider my new half-day seminar called Preparing for the New World of Electronic Discovery: Easing Your Transition from Paper to Electronic Discovery for your firm, corporate legal department or other group.
[Originally published on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]