Electronic Discovery and Your Practice

Published by Kentucky Justice Association and Texas Trial Lawyers Association


Document discovery used to involve putting on old clothes and pawing though cartons of documents in warehouse or barn. Now there are terabits of data. While it is hard to gauge whether a case merits serious e-discovery efforts, electronically stored information (“ESI”) is no longer an aberration. Learn if, when and how to pursue e-Discovery for your case.

Kenneth Sales
Ken Sales is widely recognized as one of the nation’s premier mesothelioma and products liability lawyers. He received the Peter Perlman Trial Lawyer of the Year Award in 2006 from the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys (now known as Kentucky Justice Association). Mr. Sales, recognized in Kentucky and nationally for his trial skills, is a member of the American Association for Justice and on the Board of Governors of the Kentucky Justice Association.

Originally Published

April 5, 2016

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Electronic Discovery and Your Practice - Video
  • Electronic Discovery and Your Practice - Paper

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