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Free eBook for Electronic Discovery Practitioners

New “Considering Meet and Confer” eBook Available for Electronic Discovery Practitioners

Free eBook Provides Notes, Articles, and References to Help Educate and Support Legal and IT Professionals Considering FRCP Rule 26(f)

LegalTech West 2009 Conference, Booth #120

SALT LAKE CITY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Orange Legal Technologies, a leading electronic discovery provider of one source litigation, audit, and investigation support services for law firms and corporations seeking insight on electronically stored information, today announced the release of a compilation of notes, articles, and references in the form of a 44-page eBook that provides electronic discovery practitioners – both legal and IT – a general overview of planning considerations and practical application of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(f) “Meet and Confer” requirements.

“With the increased importance of electronically stored information (ESI) planning prior to pre-scheduling conferences, it appears that electronic discovery practitioners are more than ever interested in pragmatic tools to help them meet FRCP 26(f) requirements,” shared Gregory J. Spicer, Executive Vice President of Orange Legal Technologies.

“With the introduction of our new eBook “Considering Meet and Confer,” it is our hope that electronic discovery professionals will find the eBook useful as a quick reference for defining and understanding critical considerations in relation to ESI, electronic discovery tasks, and meet and confer tasks.”

Organized into five key sections, “Considering Meet and Confer” shares notes, articles, and references around the following areas:

*Understanding Meet and Confer – Drivers, Definitions, Documentation and Dictionary Considerations
*Understanding Electronically Stored Information – Elements, Examination, Experts and Estimation Considerations
*Understanding Electronic Discovery Tasks – Collection, Analytics, Processing, Review and Production Considerations
*Understanding Meet and Confer Tasks – Preparation, Meeting and Follow-up Considerations
*Translating Understanding into Execution – Checklists, Case Law and Additional Reading Considerations

Orange Legal Technologies’ eBook is available for free download from OrangeLT™ @

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