Sedona Conference’s 2023 Case Law Bibliography by Phil Favro

Law 360: “Judge Slams Google’s ‘Deeply Troubling’ Tactics As Trial Ends”
December 5, 2023
Trial Notebooks: Flipping to the Right Spot Instead of Fishing in Folders
December 7, 2023

As we approach the end of the year, it is an appropriate time to review Philip J. Favro, ed., Selected eDiscovery and ESI Case Law from 2023  (The Sedona Conf. 2023).

Phil’s publication is an annual event.  Book Review:  Phil Favro’s “Selected eDiscovery and ESI Case Law from 2022-23″Sedona Conference “Selected eDiscovery and ESI Case Law from 2021-22.”

As in the prior works, Phil’s new publication runs the gamut of topics and hits the important ones.  Each case summary is clear and to-the-point.  Summaries are organized by topic, such as cooperation, ESI Protocols, form of production, Fed.R.Evid. 502, “possession, custody, and control,” relevance redactions, sanctions, and many others.

I learn something new every time I read one of Phil’s blogs or publications.

Phil’s writings are posted on his company blog page,  Philip Favro – Innovative Driven.  Phil’s Sedona Conference biography states that he “is a leading expert on issues relating to the discovery of electronically stored information. Phil serves as a court-appointed special master, expert witness, and trusted advisor to law firms and organizations on matters involving electronic discovery and ESI. He is a nationally recognized scholar on electronic discovery, with courts and academic journals citing his articles. Phil also regularly provides training to judges on electronic discovery and ESI….”  Accord Philip Favro | Practical Law The Journal | Reuters.

He is also a very nice person.

It was an honor to be listed as one of several people who contributed.  As always, this is an excellent resource in an always-changing field.

 

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