Monday, March 14, 2011

Canadian E-Discovery Case Law (Common Law) Digests

The Ontario Bar Association website has updated its Canadian E-Discovery Case Law (Common Law) Digests collection.

It contains case digests on topics such as:
  • Scope of production and discovery
  • Requests for further production
  • Effect of 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
  • Meet and confer
  • Process for review of electronic documents for relevance and privilege
  • Disclosure of privileged and private communications
  • Cost Shifting
  • Metadata, deleted and hidden information
  • 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
[Source: Slaw.ca]

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