Links to eDiscovery content in the Legal IQ Resource Library

I wrote recently about Legal IQ’s Information Governance and eDiscovery Strategy Exchange taking place in San Diego between 5 and 7 May 2013. I referred in that article to the expanding and useful Resource Library which Legal IQ is building up and thought it might be helpful if I gathered together some of the items which are of particular interest to those who follow developments in eDiscovery / eDisclosure.

There are a lot to choose from and, if my primary selection of them which appears here is mainly of those in which I took part, that is unsurprising –  if I am asked to take part in an interview, it is probably because I am known to be interested in the subject-matter and there is (I very much hope) a reasonably close match between the things which  I write about and the things which you come here to read about.

In each of the interviews below – one audio recording and the rest on video – I am the one asking the questions and  a judge is giving the answers. Two of them are not interviews but are other resources worth your time. They all date from the end of last summer, but the issues remain topical ones.

Ireland’s Mr Justice Frank Clarke discusses the latest developments of judicial management and eDisclosure in the Courts of Ireland

eDiscovery issues of our time privilege, preservation, proportionality: Presentation by the US Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck, Southern District of New York

Interview with US Magistrate Judge James Francis, Southern District of New York,  discussing cross-border litigation and data privacy

Interview with US Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck on recent US developments

The Global Information Governance & eDiscovery eBook: Analysis priorities and key challenges facing the Information Governance & eDiscovery industry


About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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