Baker Hostetler’s blog post “E-Discovery Standards and the 26(g) Signature That Drives the Market” has identified key process and technology based standards for e-discovery practitioners:
- The Sedona Conference, Georgetown University Law Center’s Advanced eDiscovery Institute and the Duke Law Civil Rules Committee materials (and the court decisions covered by all three).
- The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and ISO/IEC CD 27050-1:2016 Standard on Information Technology – Security Techniques – Electronic Discovery.
- The Electronic Discovery Reference Model.
- The American Bar Association 2004 Civil Discovery Standards and incorporated e-discovery components.
- The Seventh Circuit’s Electronic Discovery Committee and Pilot Program.
- The Federal Judicial Center generally and its recent guidance on TAR.
- The Civil Litigation Management Manual.
- The Electronic Discovery (ESI) in Bankruptcy Working Group.
- The Coalition of Technology Resources for Lawyers.
For information on these standards and best practices, contact: Albert Barsocchini at firstname.lastname@example.org