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Volume XIII (2006-2007)

Issue 3 – Annual Survey: Spring 2007

Introduction: contains Cover, Table of Contents, Letter from the Editor, and Masthead


9.   Managing Preservation Obligations After The 2006 Federal E-Discovery Amendments — Thomas Y. Allman

10.   Information Inflation: Can The Legal System Adapt? — George L. Paul and Jason R. Baron

11.   In Pursuit Of FRCP 1: Creative Approaches To Cutting And Shifting The Costs Of Discovery Of Electronic Information — Mia Mazza, Emmalena K. Quesada, and Ashley L. Sternberg

12.   The Two-Tier Discovery Provision Of Rule 26(B)(2)(B) – A Reasonable Measure For Controlling Electronic Discovery? — Theodore C. Hirt

13.   Backup Tapes, You Can’t Live With Them and You Can’t Toss Them: Strategies for Dealing with the Litigation Burdens Associated with Backup Tapes Under the Amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure — Grant J. Esposito and Thomas M. Mueller

14.   The 2006 Amendments to the Rules of Civil Procedure: Accessible and Inaccessible Electronic Information Storage Devices, Why Parties Should Store Electronic Information in Accessible Formats — Benjamin D. Silbert

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