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Focusing on procedural rules and case law particular to Washington, Julie Anne Halter (Partner and e-DAT Practice Group Co-Chair) and Bree Kelly (e-DAT Senior Staff Lawyer) provide practical guidance for the state’s legal practitioners on each step of the e-discovery process in their recent LexisNexis Practice Note.
The Practice Note identifies relevant superior court civil rules in Washington that address e-discovery, as well as a number of additional resources with helpful information regarding this subject. The Practice Note also articulates a number of best practices with regard to pre-litigation planning and the preservation, collection, processing, review, and production of electronically-stored information.
The Practice Note is available at https://plus.lexis.com/api/permalink/3a325212-cb13-403b-9a35-dfc81e881c89/?context=1530671. (A LexisNexis subscription is required to access this Practice Note.)