The newest issue of the ABA’s Law Practice Today webzine is where you’ll find an article Tom Mighell and I wrote called “EDD-ucating Yourself About Electronic Discovery.” (A minor problem with the byline might be fixed by the time you read this.)
In the article, Tom and I give you a long list, organized by categories, of the best Internet resources we have found on electronic discovery. It should be a handy one-stop reference that will be a great starting place for finding information about electronic discovery, including the new amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Tom and I assembled this list in connection with the recent presentation we gave on electronic discovery.
There’s a lot happening in the world of electronic discovery and it is vital to keep up-to-date.
The money quote from our article:

Conclusion: There’s a heckuva lot to learn about electronic discovery. If you are feeling a little overwhelmed by EDD, there’s good reason for that feeling. However, the good news is that there are tons of very high quality free resources on EDD easily reachable via your browser. Spend some time exploring this links and you’ll become well-“edducated” about EDD.

Based on a quick Google search, we believe that this article is also the first use of the term “edd-ucated” in connection with electronic discovery education. We may regret that later.
As usual, there’s a lot of great stuff in this issue of Law Practice Today, but I definitely recommend Craig Ball’s “Hitting the High Points of the New e-Discovery Rules,” another in a series of excellent electronic discovery articles Craig has written this year.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (]
Learn more about electronic discovery at Dennis Kennedy’s Electronic Discovery Resources page.
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