Norman C. Simon, Brendan M. Schulman and Samantha V. Ettari of Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel review the recent decision in 'United States v. Briggs' and the Joint Electronic Technology Working Group's recommendations, both of which reflect the trend that the government increasingly is expected to produce ESI in a reasonably usable format so as to enable searching and analysis by criminal defense counsel.
Emerging Standards on Government's E-Discovery Obligations
New York Law Journal
April 16, 2012
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