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Jason Krause’s article, “But their emails! Some of the Most Contentious Political Issues are E-Discovery Disputes” published in the ABA Journal, explores the e-discovery disputes surrounding the Trump campaign and presidency and modern politics in general. He notes:
A [large] debate over preserving electronic evidence continues to hang over national politics. Donald Trump Jr.’s meetings with Russians, Michael Cohen’s plea bargain, Brett Kavanaugh’s contentious confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, Paul Manafort’s fraud convictions and an attempt at impeaching Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein all involve, at their core, electronic evidence.
Living in the computer age means our political disputes, especially those with criminal consequences, will frequently turn on electronic data and discovery. Interested readers should follow the link above.