New Judicial E-Discovery Resource From Sedona
The Phoenix, Ariz.-based Sedona Conference has updated its reference manual to assist judges with electronic data discovery in litigation and promote cooperation between opposing parties, reports Monica Bay.
The new version of The Sedona Cooperation Proclamation: Resources for the Judiciary has as senior editors Ron Hedges, retired magistrate judge for the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey, and attorney Ken Withers, Sedona's director of judicial education. Among other additions, the latest version details 20 "stages of litigation from a judge's perspective," from preservation to post-judgment costs.
The nonprofit law and policy think tank will also be offering a password-protected collaboration area exclusively for judges on its website.
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