Electronic Evidence and Discovery


Ever have to answer a question related to digital evidence or e-discovery? Save research time and check out our guide, Electronic Evidence & Discovery.  This guide will efficiently lead you to the relevant material on this topic in Jenkins' collection. The guide divides sources between Pennsylvania, Federal and general material and highlights member databases (available remotely), as well as onsite print & electronic options. Find titles, such as:

Bender's Forms of Discovery
Available on LexisNexis Digital Library. Also available on the library's Lexis computers and in print.
See vol. 17, Treatise Chapter 15: Discovery of Electronically Stored Information and vol. 8C, Interrogatories Chapter 159: Records
Pennsylvania eDiscovery The Legal Intelligencer/ALM
Library also has previous editions: see all.
eDiscovery & Digital Evidence West/Thomson Reuters
Also available on the library's Westlaw computers.
Moore's Manual: Federal Practice Forms
Available on the LexisNexis Digital Library. Also available in print.
See vol. 4, Chapter 15: Discovery: General Provisions, et. seq. and in particular vol. 5, Chapter 15C: Producing Documents, Electronically Stored Information, and Tangible Things, or Entering onto and Inspecting Land.
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