PHOENIX, AZ – Law Partner Publishing today announced the publication of the 2004-2005 edition to the acclaimed Electronic Discovery and Evidence treatise. The major revision written by the well-known speaker and author Michael R. Arkfeld, Esq., brings the latest case-law updates and in-depth legal information to professionals involved in the discovery and admission of electronic information.
In commenting upon the new edition the author stated, "[t]he consequences of failing to properly advise your client as to duties relating to electronic information can be severe. Besides the significant ethical issues involved, the courts on a daily basis are issuing decisions imposing sanctions and other spoliation remedies for failure to preserve and disclose electronic evidence.”
The Electronic Discovery and Evidence treatise has been referenced recently by the Honorable Shira A. Scheindlin in Zubulake v. UBS Warburg LLC, No. CIV.02C1243, 2004 WL 1620866, at * 49 (S.D. N.Y. July 20, 2004).
This expanded 600+ page edition provides the latest developments in electronic discovery and evidence, with particular emphasis on scope and duty of preservation of electronic information, e-mail, backups, databases, voicemail, searching electronic information, and electronic data formats.
The treatise provides:
• Clear explanations of technology and legal concepts
• Authoritative discussion of court rules and case law
• Evidentiary analysis
• Thorough and pragmatic compendium of information
• Forms, checklists and practical pointers
The book is available at the Law Partner Publishing, LLC web site (www.lawpartnerpublishing.com) or through Amazon.com. It can also be obtained by writing to Law Partner Publishing, LLC at 9602 North 35th Place, Phoenix, AZ 85028 or by contacing the company by phone at 602-993-1937. The book is 1 volume, loose-leaf, (with annual supplementation), 611 pages and sells for $149.95 plus $8.00 for shipping and handling. The 2004-2005 edition, without the binder, sells for $129.99 plus $8.00 for shipping and handling.