Introduction to E-Discovery
This chapter was minimally updated for this edition by the editor. It is scheduled to be revised and fully updated in the next Supplement to the 12th Edition of the Handbook.
At the beginning of the information age, computers were not likely targets for the interests of lawyers or courtrooms. Indeed, their use was so cumbersome that only the most complex mathematical problems were addressed via these room-size, punch-card-reading behemoths. These ...