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Massachusetts eDiscovery and Evidence
Massachusetts eDiscovery and Evidence
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By Jonathan Sablone, chair, Nixon Peabody LLP Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence Team. Massachusetts eDiscovery and Evidence is the source for in-depth practical guidance on conducting discovery of electronically stored information and successfully using that electronic evidence in federal or state court litigation in Massachusetts. Each chapter in the Practice Guide reflects the keen legal analysis and practical insights of the author, Jonathan Sablone, a partner at Nixon Peabody LLP who chairs the firm's Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence Team.

Containing 67 checklists, 250 practice tips, over 24 crucial forms, and a glossary of terms, this portable, task oriented guide to the technical and legal aspects of e-discovery provides authoritative analysis and solutions. Published in 2018.
Handbook of Massachusetts Evidence, 2018 Edition
Handbook of Massachusetts Evidence, 2018 Edition
Our Price: $385.00

By Mark S. Brodin and Michael Avery

This comprehensive and practical guide to the law of Massachusetts evidence gives you the latest case law and up-to-date information on all evidentiary matters, including relevance, scientific and statistical evidence, character evidence, admissibility of confessions, privileges and disqualifications, expert testimony, and the domestic abuse prevention statute. It includes detailed references to all significant Massachusetts and federal cases with a bearing on the law of evidence. This trial attorney’s ‘bible’ provides all the insightful analysis you need for practical, day-to-day use.

One volume, 986 pages.
Judge Young on Evidence (8-CD Audio Set)
Judge Young on Evidence (8-CD Audio Set)
Our Price: $49.95

U.S. District Court Judge William Young of Boston, a dynamic speaker, presents evidence principles in an unforgettable way. In this 8-CD set, he analyzes relevance, hearsay, expert witness issues, presumptions, the Confrontation Clause, and the admission of exhibits.
The Family Law Trial Evidence Handbook
The Family Law Trial Evidence Handbook
Our Price: $149.95

By Steven N. Peskind

There are lots of books on evidence, but here’s a book specifically written for family law attorneys. It explains the rules in plain English, with extra care given to how they apply to divorce cases and practice pointers for applying them. How can you establish that the other spouse has a bad temper, authenticate a digital photo, or introduce a text message or chat room conversation? You’ll find all the answers here.

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One volume, softbound, 383 pages. Published in 2013.
The Law of Evidence in Virginia, Eight Edition
The Law of Evidence in Virginia, Eight Edition
Our Price: $291.00

By Charles E. Friend and Kent Sinclair

Here’s an authoritative, practical, step-by-step guide to Virginia evidence law. The book will answer all your questions on examining witness (including expert witnesses), character evidence, competency, impeachment, privileges, presumptions, relevance, circumstantial evidence, scientific evidence, hearsay and much more.

One volume, hardbound, 1,461 pages, plus the latest cumulative supplement.
North Carolina Rules of Evidence with Objections
North Carolina Rules of Evidence with Objections
Our Price: $35.00

By Adrienne M. Fox, Anthony J. Bocchino, and David A. Sonenshein

At 4-by-6 inches, this complete reference guide to North Carolina evidence travels easily to the courtroom. Objections, followed by the accurate responses, are listed alphabetically with thumb tabs so that you can go right to them. Includes the complete North Carolina Rules of Evidence, with the latest revisions as passed by the General Assembly, plus crucial practice tips and legal interpretations. Published by the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.
Mass. Guide to Evidence 2019 edition
Mass. Guide to Evidence 2019 edition
Our Price: $79.00

The Massachusetts Guide to Evidence 2019 edition is prepared annually by the Supreme Judicial Court’s
Advisory Committee on Massachusetts Evidence Law. By direction of the Justices of the Supreme
Judicial Court, the Guide organizes and states the law of evidence applied in proceedings in the
courts of the Commonwealth, as set forth in the Federal and State Constitutions, General Laws,
common law, and rules of court. The Committee invites comments and suggestions on the Guide. Any questions or assistance please reach out to Bill Cardinal "wcardinal@lawyersweekly.com" or (617) 218-8194