Electronic discovery gone wrong is kryptonite to a legal action, as many have learned since the amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) took effect in December 2006. Now you may urgently want to learn about e-discovery (short for electronic discovery) but don’t know who to call, or even better, what to read. e-Discovery For Dummies is an end-to-end reference and tutorial written for litigators and jurists, corporate counsel and paralegals, information technology (IT) and human resources (HR) managers, executives and record librarians, and anyone who might file a lawsuit or be the recipient of one. For those not engaged in e-discovery now, the time is fast approaching when having a commanding knowledge of it is going to be vital to your career.
Handbook of Industrial and Hazardous Wastes Treatment
Environmental managers, engineers, and scientists who have had experience with
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Contemporary Issues in Ethics and Information Technology Information technology has produced new ethical challenges and concerns in dealing with issues about privacy, security, piracy and professional ethics. Contemporary Issues in Ethics and Information Technology discusses these issues as well as other important ethical issues such as the outsourcing of high-level jobs and the value of IT itself. The...