Over the past few years, the federal judiciary has moved to help parties better manage electronic evidence and reign in their e-discovery costs. And for some, these changes are bearing fruit. Yet it may be only the tip of the iceberg.

The judiciary recently continued its effort to streamline processes in civil litigation by announcing changes to Federal Rules of Evidence (FRE) Rule 902. At Legalweek West’s “Authentication of Evidence 2.0” session, speakers put these updates in perspective, explaining how and why they will help litigators save money and time when presenting evidence in court.

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