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020    9781597492966 
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037    157725:157892|bElsevier Science & Technology|nhttp://
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040    OPELS|beng|cOPELS|dOPELS 
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100 1  Schuler, Karen 
245 10 E-discovery|h[electronic resource] :|bcreating and 
       managing an enterprisewide program : a technical guide to 
       digital investigation and litigation support /|cKaren 
       Schuler ; Cathleen P. Peterson and Eva Vincze, technical 
       editors ; David Benton ... [et al.] 
260    Burlington, MA :|bSyngress Pub.,|cc2009 
300    xxiii, 302 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Trends in enterprise e-discovery from the corporate 
       perspective -- Managing information and records in an 
       enterprise -- Bridging the gaps between information 
       management and e-discovery -- Creating an enterprise 
       discovery response team -- The focus of IT within a 
       discovery response team -- Defensible data collection 
       techniques in the enterprise -- Data structures and the 
       anatomy of a file -- Data identification and search 
       techniques -- Bringing it together in a review platform 
       and managing the review -- Headlines, redlines, and 
       deadlines : production practicalities in today's e-
       discovery environment 
520    One of the hottest topics in computer forensics today, 
       electronic discovery (e-discovery) is the process by which
       parties involved in litigation respond to requests to 
       produce electronically stored information (ESI). According
       to the 2007 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey, it
       is now a $2 billion industry, a 60% increase from 2004, 
       projected to double by 2009. The core reason for the 
       explosion of e-discovery is sheer volume; evidence is 
       digital and 75% of modern day lawsuits entail e-discovery.
       Offers a detailed understanding of key industry trends, 
       especially the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, that are 
       driving the adoption of e-discovery programs. Includes 
       vital project management metrics to help monitor workflow,
       gauge costs and speed the process 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bAmsterdam :|cElsevier Science & 
       Technology,|d2009.|nMode of access: World Wide Web.
       |nSystem requirements: Web browser.|nTitle from title 
       screen (viewed on June 3, 2009).|nAccess may be restricted
       to users at subscribing institutions 
590    Elsevier 
590    Elsevier 
650  0 Electronic discovery (Law)|zUnited States 
650  0 Records|xManagement|xData processing 
650  0 Records retention 
655  7 Electronic books.|2local 
700 1  Peterson, Cathleen P 
700 1  Vincze, √Čva 
700 1  Benton, David 
710 2  ScienceDirect (Online service) 
776 1  |cOriginal|z9781597492966|z1597492965|w(DLC)  2009287380
       |w(OCoLC)228364697 
856 40 |3ScienceDirect|uhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/book
       /9781597492966|zeBook(Elsevier)