Founded in November of 2006, The Electronic Discovery Institute (“EDI”) is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to education, leadership, service, advocacy and research at the intersection of law and technology. The EDI community comprises corporate counsel, private practitioners, judges, professors of law and science, consultants, technologists and experts. Each year our members gather at the EDI Leadership Summit to learn, teach and collaborate on emerging issues in law and technology - with a focus on discovery, information governance, cybersecurity, litigation and big data management. We are a warm, collegial community united by our interest in these issues and our mutual respect.
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The Federal Judges' Guide to Discovery
What are the most typical problems judges and lawyers face in lawsuits in a data-driven and globalized economy? How have the courts resolved these problems, and how much success have they had? Are there best practices that have actually resolved eDiscovery disputes efficiently and cheaply? This guide will address the amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (effective December 1, 2015) to provide a basic introduction from a sophisticated perspective to equip the jurist and the practitioner alike with sufficient knowledge to deal with the technological change that will impact litigation in ways we cannot even imagine.