In reviewing Arkfeld's Electronic Discovery and Evidence treatise Michael Coblenz, an intellectual property attorney in Lexington, Ky., said, "But guess what? All this information is hearsay and will have to fall under one of the hearsay exceptions in order to be admissible at trial. And undoubtedly the boss's attorney will challenge the authenticity of the evidence. Thankfully, Arkfeld thoroughly addresses each issue and includes cites to reported cases dealing with these issues so that the litigator can get started on that motion in limine. . . . but if you litigate, you will need something more thorough - a resource that includes detailed legal and technical analysis of all the issues - and I certainly recommend Arkfeld's book for this purpose. It is a logical, thorough, and readable way for an attorney to prepare for the new world of electronic evidence and discovery." Published in The Federal Lawyer/May 2005. Click here for the complete review.