Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Updated Canadian E-Discovery Case Law Digests

The Ontario Bar Association website has updated its Canadian E-Discovery Case Law (Common Law) Digests collection:
"This digest is maintained by the members of the Sedona Canada Working Group (WG7); it was originally created by the members of the eDiscovery sub-committee of the Task Force on the Discovery Process in Ontario and is a supplement to the eDiscovery Guidelines."

"Since CANLII now offers deep linking to decisions' paragraphs, the newer entries have direct links in the summary to the appropriate sections of the decision."
There are digests for topics such as:
  • Scope of production and discovery
  • Requests for further production
  • Failure to disclose or produce for inspection
  • Pleading practices
  • Preservation of evidence
  • Spoliation
  • Discovery Plan
  • Proportionality and Marginal Utility
  • Document Retention Policies
  • Acceptable Use Policies
  • Form of production
  • Metadata, deleted and hidden information
  • Costs of e-discovery
  • Duplicate Documents
  • Social Media and Internet Information
  • Examination of an IT Representative
  • Forensic Collection and Preservation
  • Privacy Issues
  • Third Party Information and Norwich orders
  • Anton Piller Orders
  • Temporary Internet Files
  • Conduct, civility and collegiality


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posted by Michel-Adrien at 6:25 pm

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