eDiscovery now involves far more than fulfilling the requirements of the US Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
E-Discovery and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure tell us that ALL electronic information that is available to a litigation is discoverable
In the 2006 amendments to the US Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the requirement to provide electronic information and records was codified, being referred to as electronically stored information (ESI)
eDiscovery The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure dictate that ALL available documents are discoverable in a court case
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Because of the changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure some years back, Electronically Stored Information (ESI) is now discoverable in court cases, regardless of whether it is being treated as an official business record of the organization
The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure tend to favor the Records Management view
It’s relevant to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), to good discovery strategy for each litigation case, and for proactive strategy for ECM and RM
However, in many ways it was/is a fantastic point of entry into the management of electronic records. 2. e-Discovery The changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure in December of 2006 threw the legal and IT communities into a tail-spin
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Although compliance requirements will vary from industry to industry, one regulation that will affect all organizations is the proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure