eDiscovery Assistant


The Tip of the Night for June 14, 2015, profiled the electronic discovery case law database of K&L Gates. There's another alternative called eDiscovery Assistant, which has a database of more than 3500 case summaries pertaining to electronic discovery issues, and compiles federal and state rules addressing electronic discovery.

This seems like a very well designed site, but the cost is high - about $200 per month. With the K&L Gates available online for free, and most firms having access to Lexis and/or Westlaw case law databases, it may be an expense that's hard to justify.


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