Electronically Stored Information in Maryland Courts
Alicia Shelton served as an editor and contributing author for the new book, Electronically Stored Information in Maryland Courts. Read the full description.
“The pervasiveness of electronic data in nearly every aspect of business and life means that ESI discovery is here to stay, use of ESI in litigation will continue to increase, and lawyers who don’t want their clients to be at a disadvantage need to understand ESI and be prepared to engage with it.” – The Honorable Matthew Fader, Chief Judge of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals (Read the full foreword)
Visit the Maryland State Bar Association website for more details and to purchase.