As I wrote last month in the first halfof this two-part column, no lawyer today canafford to ignore electronic data discovery.No matter thecase, digital data is likely tobe implicated. That meanslawyers urgently need tounderstand EDD and keepabreast of developments inthe field.

In last month’s column,I looked at some ofthe more useful Web sitesfor learning about andkeeping current with thisessential area of practice.This month, I survey blogsabout e-discovery and lookat some vendor sites thatinclude useful resources.

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