Admissibility of Electronic Evidence: Grimm-Brady Evidence Admissibility Chart

The recently published Admissibility of Electronic Evidence chart by Paul W. Grimm and Kevin F. Brady is a concise yet complete guide for helping legal and information professionals consider the legal admissibility of electronically stored information (ESI) as evidence.


Industry Resource from U.S. District Judge Paul Grimm and Kevin Brady

The recently published Admissibility of Electronic Evidence chart by Paul W. Grimm and Kevin F. Brady is a concise yet complete guide for helping legal and information professionals consider the legal admissibility of electronically stored information (ESI) as evidence. Highlighted eloquently in a post earlier this week (Handy Chart on E-Admissibility) by eDiscovery expert Craig Ball on his excellent blog, Ball In Your Court, the chart is, in Craig’s words “handsome to look at and easy to use.”

Provided with permission from the authors is a copy of the six-page PDF chart for your use and consideration.

Grimm Brady Evid Admiss Chart 2018

Additionally, you can click here to download a copy of the chart.

Should you have any comments, considerations, or congratulations for the authors or would like to request copies or more information, please contact guide co-author Kevin Brady, Redgrave LLP, at kbrady[at]redgravellp.com.

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