Unique LexisNexis Practice Guide New York e-Discovery and Evidence Now Available

Unique LexisNexis Practice Guide New York e-Discovery and Evidence Now Available

The LexisNexis Practice Guide New York e-Discovery and Evidence is now available for New York practitioners. This one-of-a-kind product is the only place where attorneys will find practical, results-oriented guidance on how to preserve, obtain and use electronically stored information (ESI) in both federal and state court litigation in New York.

Author Kyle C. Bisceglie is a partner with Olshan Grundman Frome Rosenzweig & Wolosky LLP in New York City.  He maintains a national practice counseling domestic and foreign corporations, partnerships and individuals in a wide variety of complex commercial and financial litigation, alternative dispute resolution, risk analysis and litigation avoidance. His many accomplishments in 2009 include establishing precedent in August by winning dismissal of all claims for the return of art under New York’s Art & Cultural Affairs Law, and, in October, obtaining a $44.2 million verdict after a 3-1/2-week trial in federal court in New Mexico for breach of contract, unfair trade practices and false advertising. Electronic discovery has been an integral part of Kyle’s practice for his entire career and he has written and lectured extensively on the subject. He points out that the following are the key features that distinguish LexisNexis Practice Guide New York e-Discovery and Evidence:

● A master checklist for all phases of e-discovery.
● Concise, practical guidance to all e-discovery issues.
● Complete discussion of the technical issues in e-discovery (including how to establish best practices for electronically stored information).
● A glossary of technical terms.
● A chapter devoted to the ethical issues in e-discovery, including the duty of competence.
● Unique examination of how to discover ESI stored in foreign jurisdictions.
● Explanation of how to admit ESI as evidence.