Phoenix, AZ, March 25, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Law Partner Publishing announces the release of the new Arkfeld’s eDiscovery and Evidence Review by the well-known author, speaker and attorney, Michael R. Arkfeld. The monthly journal provides monographs as well as unbiased analysis and interpretation of recent case law and rules. The Review is a legal journal distributed online in a PDF format with links to most of the full text of the cases covered, as well as electronic files of select court pleadings and other documents.
- Provides exclusive practice monographs on key ediscovery and evidence issues
- Serves as a key litigation aid and reference source for practitioners during all litigation stages
- Provides practice pointers based on recent decisions
- Promotes ideas and stimulates discussion of key eDiscovery issues
- Summarizes and analyzes current precedent-setting cases in federal and state ediscovery cases.
- Provides case summaries written in capsule and extended format
- Provides full text copy of opinions in most cases
- Provides critical pleadings in noteworthy cases (motions, orders, etc.)
- Cross-referenced to the acclaimed Arkfeld on Electronic Discovery and Evidence treatise
In his comments on the Review Michael Arkfeld stated, “for several years I have been asked to provide a monthly summary and commentary of recent electronic discovery and evidence cases as well as a focused in-depth review of particular ediscovery issues from a practical, legal and technology perspective. The Review accomplishes this and will provide an extremely valuable resource for practitioners. We are excited to be able to bring together - court opinions, pleadings, concepts, and strategies into one focused monograph on a monthly basis and analysis of recent case law.”
A detailed legal journal for lawyers and other legal professionals, Arkfeld’s eDiscovery and Evidence Review provides the latest case decisions and analysis and focused monographs on the discovery and admissibility of electronic evidence. All this is accomplished with clear explanations of technology and legal concepts; authoritative discussion of court rules and case law; evidentiary analysis, forms, checklists and practical pointers.
Reviews and Citation
Reviewers have labeled the Arkfeld on Electronic Discovery and Evidence treatise as “an extraordinarily useful, practical and accessible guide,” “magnificent resource,” “a solid digital discovery reference resource, packed full of detailed information and replete with case citations,” “extremely valuable new book,“ “comprehensive and comprehensible” and a “powerhouse of information.” (Complete reviews are available at www.lawpartnerpublishing.com).
Arkfeld on Electronic Discovery and Evidence treatise was referenced by the Honorable Shira A. Scheindlin in Zubulake v. UBS Warburg LLC, No. CIV.02C1243, 2004 WL 1620866, at *49 (S.D. N.Y. July 20, 2004).
The review is available in an electronic PDF format, hyperlinked and cross-referenced within the text. To obtain a single or multiple site license contact Law Partner Publishing at 602-993-1937.
The Arkfeld’s eDiscovery and Evidence Review can be ordered online at the Law Partner Publishing, LLC web site located at www.lawpartnerpublishing.com
. It can also be obtained by mail from Law Partner Publishing, LLC located at 9602 North 35th Place, Phoenix, AZ 85028 or by phone at 602-993-1937. A guaranteed 30 day approval period for this journal is offered.
Author - Michael R. Arkfeld, Esq. Michael an attorney, speaker and author. Among his writings are Arkfeld on Electronic Discovery and Evidence (2nd Ed.), Arkfeld’s Best Practices Guide for Electronic Discovery and Evidence, ESI Pretrial Discovery — Strategy and Tactics, and Litigation Readiness and Hold available from LexisNexis (www.lexisnexis.com/arkfeld). Michael is a member of the State Bar of Arizona and the recipient of the national 2004 E-Evidence Thought Leading Scholar Award. His websites at www.arkfeld.com and www.elawexchange.com features additional electronic discovery and evidence materials and resources.
As a former assistant United States Attorney for the District of Arizona, Michael handled cases involving personal injury, medical malpractice, wrongful termination and a host of other tort claims. He has appeared before both federal and state appellate courts and has extensive experience in jury (over 30 trials) and bench trials. Since 1985, Michael has incorporated personal computers extensively in his legal practice. He lectures and consults throughout North America and internationally on the impact of technology on the practice of law and the discovery and admission of electronic evidence. Michael can be reached by e-mail at Michael@Arkfeld.com.
Note to Editors: A limited number of review copies of the Review are available if you are planning on preparing a review article based on this journal.