The growing volume of electronically stored information has led to concerns that requests for electronic discovery (e-discovery) can increase litigation costs, impose new risks on lawyers and their clients, and alter expectations about likely court outcomes. The authors provide an overview of the issues involved and outline five avenues for future research on the legal and economic implications of e-discovery.
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James Dertouzos (PhD, Economics, Stanford University) is a Senior Economist at RAND. Research interests include economics of mass media regulation, labor economics, manpower, and welfare reform.
Nicholas M. Pace (J.D., School of Law, University of Oregon) is a resident consultant at RAND.
Robert H. Anderson (Ph.D., Applied Mathematics, Harvard University) is a Senior Information Scientist at RAND. Research areas include social implications of the information revolution; security and safety of internetted networks; computer languages and support environments for modeling and simulation; human-computer interface; use of computers for C3I and defense intelligence operations; and software development methodologies.
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Book Description RAND Corporation, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0833044222