Are you facing a mountain of electronic discovery and wondering if you can get it into evidence? Take heart: A recent 101-page opinion out of Baltimore, issued in a case involving a small maritime insurance dispute, tells you how. The opinion, written by U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul Grimm, is a road map to how to use the fruits of electronic discovery as evidence at trial.

But be careful. For all of Grimm’s step-by-step directions, he includes a detour through electronically generated information that could be a highway to nowhere. And whether you agree with his conclusions or not, you are almost certain to see Grimm’s opinion in future disputes about the admissibility of electronic information at trial.

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