Sam Panarella and Prashant Dubey
Any business organization may become a party to litigation. Counsel representing a business organization and employees within the business organization itself need to know how to identify, preserve, collect, review and produce electronically stored information that could become part of the pool of evidence in a litigation matter. eDiscovery Response Planning: A Guide for Corporate Legal Departments includes: • Detailed pointers for assessing an organization's state of litigation readiness • Perspectives on how to make the needed cultural changes in the organization • Suggestions on how to build a discovery response team (DRT) eDiscovery Response Planning: A Guide for Corporate Legal Departments will help you: • Learn how to find the gaps in the organization's current processes • Showcase how to get "buy-in" from organizational leadership and move all within the organization toward understanding and accepting litigation readiness as an important priority • Become ready to respond to the organization's discovery demands during each phase of discovery with focused, prepared individuals and clearly defined responsibilities
Eduardo R.C. Capulong, Michael A. Milleman, Sara Rankin, and Nantiya Ruan
"In The New 1L, leading teachers describe how ... they teach students to act, as well as think, like lawyers. ... Working under a lawyer's supervision, students interview clients, conduct factual investigations, draft pleadings, and write memoranda and briefs. The authors ... discuss the benefits and challenges of this new 1L approach, and also provide a range of successful models for any teacher who wants to adopt this pedagogy to a first-year course."
Prashant Dubey and Samuel J. Panarella