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Federal E-Discovery: The Sedona Conference Provides Guidance on Non-Party Discovery and ESI Evidence & Admissibility

December 1, 2020

Litigation partners Chris Boehning and Dan Toal’s latest Federal E-Discovery column appeared in the December 1 issue of the New York Law Journal. The article, “The Sedona Conference Provides Guidance on Non-Party Discovery and ESI Evidence & Admissibility,” discusses recently updated guidance from The Sedona Conference concerning two e-discovery topics that have challenged judges and practitioners alike: non-party discovery under Rule 45 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the admissibility of electronically stored information (ESI) evidence. The updated guidance may help shield non-parties from unreasonable and onerous discovery burdens and outline a framework for authenticating and admitting ESI for use during motion practice or at trial. E-discovery counsel Ross Gotler and e-discovery attorney Lidia Kekis assisted in the preparation of this article.

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