Australian e-Discovery

The e-discovery challenge is worldwide, although granted it's at its most draining in the U.S. For example, see this recent posting about new e-discovery laws in Australia. It discusses new federal rules in Australia that require all email and electronic information be produced and exchanged, preferably in their original formats. It sounds just like the recent Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) amendments for electronically stored information (ESI) that apply in the United States.

Existing laws for the preservation and production of data for legal discovery aren't limited to paper. They apply equally to electronic information.

... Bob Spurzem

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