DTCI Letter to the Editor: Scope of discovery standard revisited

Dear Indiana Lawyer:

The Sedona Conference was delighted to be cited in David Beach and Ryan Cook’s timely article “DTCI: The Scope of Discovery Standard — Is It Time for an Update?” (May 29, 2019). Indeed we agree that the explosion of information and information sources and the rapid technological advancements have markedly changed the complexity of discovery.

While the ever-changing dynamic makes for a moving target, The Sedona Conference strives to provide guidance to navigate the changing landscape. To that end, we published an updated version of The Sedona Conference Best Practices Commentary on the Use of Search and Information Retrieval Methods in E-Discovery in 2013, 15 Sedona Conf. J. 217 (2014). It is available for free download via our website: https://thesedonaconference.org/publication/Commentary_on_Search_and_Retrieval_Methods.

The 2013 edition of the Commentary reflects changes in legal practice, with a new section on technology-assisted review, as well as citations to more recent caselaw. Some of the original Practice Points have been revised to reflect developments in law and practice, including recognition of the key principles of cooperation and proportionality advanced by The Sedona Conference.

Your constituents can download any of Sedona’s commentaries for free from the Publications page on our website: thesedonaconference.org.


Craig Weinlein, Esq.
Executive Director, The Sedona Conference

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