Last week, e-discovery standards setting organization The Sedona Conference published the third edition of its e-discovery guide for judges, titled “The Sedona Conference Cooperation Proclamation: Resources for the Judiciary.”

First published in 2008 and last updated in 2014, the publication intends to give judges an easy-to-reference guide for e-discovery case management, based on the organization’s Cooperation Proclamation. Intended for federal and state court judges alike, the publication is now available to download on Sedona’s website.

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