It’s not often (or ever) that I would post an amicus brief on e-discovery, but I’m making an exception today.
Brian Morrison, a partner at Tadler Law, drafted an excellent trial court amicus on the narrow issue of e-discovery of emails that use hyperlinks (an increasing practice) instead of PDFs that are actually attached.
It’s a perfect amicus brief—seemingly written just to help the court on nuances of e-discovery. I’ve managed to avoid truly complex e-discovery issues, so the brief was an educational experience for me.
The National Association of Consumer Advocates and Public Justice were the amici. Leah Nicholls and Karla Gilbride at PJ both edited Brian’s writing, and I picked at it as well on behalf of NACA.