Welcome to those of you visiting this blog after it was mentioned in Bob Ambrogi’s excellent list of EDD blogs on Law.com. I’ve been a long-time fan of Bob’s articles on Internet resources and his two recent articles are great updates of an article Tom Mighell and I wrote last year called “EDD-ucating Yourself About Electronic Discovery.”
You will notice that this blog is not a “pure” electronic discovery blog as were most, if not all, of the other blog’s on Bob’s list. I write regularly about e-discovery, but probably about one every couple of weeks. I tend to focus on trends and practical issues involved in electronic discovery. I let the other bloggers cover case law and legal developments.
I will point you to the archive for the electronic discovery category for this blog. That’s where you’ll find my electronic discovery posts.
I’ll recommend three posts to give you a flavor for my approach to EDD: “26 Electronic DIscovery Trends for 2008,” “Electronic Discovery Trends and Blogs” and “The Electronic Discovery Continuum.”
You will probably also enjoy the recent roundtable article I was part of called “The New Federal Rules on E-Discovery: The First 180 Days.”
I’ve done a significant amount of writing and speaking on EDD issues over the past few years. My focus in EDD is on education. I do no EDD consulting and have tried to be an independent voice on e-discovery. I concentrate on speaking and writing, including writing white papers for EDD vendors.
I focus on three areas of e-discovery:
2. Practical technology issues (e.g., metadata).
3. Client perspectives on EDD.
If you are new to this blog, I hope you find it valuable and consider subscribing to the blog’s RSS feed. As I said, EDD is a just one part of the subject matter of this blog. I think you’ll also find the rest of what I cover interesting enough to keep you returning.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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