So many items of evidence today are in electronic form only. The humble email has become the primary source of potentially relevant evidence in any litigation matter because people will type the darndest things in a message and hit send. Litigators must have a competent knowledge of how email and other data storage works (servers, software, etc.) to know how best to instruct their clients about their preservation obligations. Brush up on your e-discovery skills with the special two-part session from Brett Burney.