In his Evidence column, Michael J. Hutter, a professor at Albany Law School, writes that, as attorneys and their clients are painfully aware, much discovery in New York state and federal courts now involves the retrieval and review of electronically stored information because it may involve matter that is potentially relevant pursuant to CPLR 3101(a) or FRCP 26(b).
Scope of Waiver Effected by Disclosure Of Attorney-Client Privileged Matter
New York Law Journal
August 2, 2012
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