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Discovery law resources

o   Archibald & Morton, Discovery: Principles and Practice (Toronto, CCH: 2004)
o   Burke, T., E-discovery in Canada (Markham: LexisNexis Canada, 2008)
o   * Cudmore, G., Choate on Discovery, 2nd ed. (Toronto: Carswell, looseleaf)
o   Finlay, B., Electronic documents: records management, e-discovery and trial (Aurora: Canada Law Book, 2010)
o   Harris, L., Discovery Practice in British Columbia, 2nd ed. (British Columbia: CLE, looseleaf)
o   Hrycko, O., Electronic Discovery in Canada: Best Practices and Guidelines, 2nd ed. (Toronto: CCH Canadian, 2009)
o   Irvine, F., British Columbia Court Forms (McLachlin and Taylor), 2nd ed. (Markham: LexisNexis Butterworths, looseleaf) (4 volumes) – Chapter 14 covers discovery
o   White, Art of Discovery (Aurora: Canada Law Book, 1990)
o   Wotherspoon & Cameron, Electronic evidence and e-discovery (Markham: LexisNexis, 2010)
o   Matthews & Malek, Discovery (London: Sweet & Maxwell, 1992)
o   * Bender's forms of discovery (New Jersey: Matthew Bender, looseleaf) (8 volumes)
o   Culhane, K., Model Interrogatories, 2d ed. (Costa Mesa, California: James Publishing, 2008)
o   Hart, K., Deposing and Examining Doctors (Costa Mesa, CA:  James Publishing, 2007)
Ontario Bar Association e-discovery guidelines and resources page
Reading list for electronic discovery
UBC research project developing authentication methods for electronic documents
The Sedona Conference page on Electronic Document Retention and Production
Sedona Canada E-discovery Principles
Electronic Discovery, Computer Forensics, Incident Response, and Computer Security
Data Discovery - Computer forensics
Model E-Discovery Precedents