ARLINGTON, Va., Oct. 24, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Bloomberg BNA has launched its new eDiscovery Resource Center™, a comprehensive web platform designed to help litigators and in-house legal teams keep up with emerging digital discovery and electronic evidence laws, decisions, and rules of court.
The Resource Center delivers an array of useful tools, primary sources, and documents allowing practitioners to confidently litigate complex cases. This content–rich resource includes full-text decisions of current, significant federal and state cases affecting digital discovery and e-evidence; Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Evidence; and pertinent rules from states that govern the discovery of electronically stored information. Access to sample pleadings and checklists used by top legal and industry professionals provide key guidance on critical issues, and a reliable selection of premier Bloomberg BNA treatises offers the practical, real-world experience and insight of expert practitioners.
"There is a constant evolution in the laws and rules governing digital discovery and e-evidence, and balancing the legal nuances of electronically stored information has become a high-wire act for litigators," said Michael Eisenstein, Vice President and Group Publisher for Bloomberg BNA's Legal & Business Publishing Group. "The eDiscovery Resource Center provides a safety net now needed by practitioners in all areas of the law, including expert guidance to comply with the search and retrieval, preservation, and deployment requirements that modern evidentiary standards demand."
The eDiscovery Resource Center combines the authoritative news found in Digital Discovery & e-Evidence® — featuring timely coverage from industry-leading reporters and correspondents — with the current analysis and unique perspectives of top litigators and experts found in BNA Insights articles and videos.
"eDiscovery is one of those rare topics which every litigator needs to be aware of regardless of the type of law they practice. Attorneys can't afford to be behind the times and must be well versed in the latest case and rule developments involving e-evidence and fully aware of the repercussions these changes will have on the discovery process at the state and federal level," said Edwin Jackson, Director of Publishing for Bloomberg BNA's Legal & Business Publishing Group. "With this all-in-one research solution, legal professionals now have a source they can count on to put the right policies in place and avoid unnecessary surprises or sanctions."
Bloomberg BNA's Resource Centers integrate industry-leading news, analysis, reference content, and practice tools in one place. This allows for browsing by subtopics, and includes advanced search capabilities and global searches across all Bloomberg BNA subscriptions for faster, more efficient research.
For more information about Bloomberg BNA's new eDiscovery Resource Center or to request a free trial, visit http://www.bna.com/edrc.
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