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Note from the Issue Editor: Peter Clancy, Esq.

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NEVADA LAWYER
JUNE 2009
FROM THE ISSUE EDITOR:
PETE CLANCY
This month’s issue of Nevada Lawyer focuses on the increasingly important area of electronic discovery. It contains an article setting out the basics of e-discovery; some sample evidence preservation letters, which we hope will be useful as a reference; and an article addressing e-discovery from the perspective of a computer forensics expert. In putting this issue together, our primary goal was to provide readers with a reference tool they could photocopy and keep in their desk drawers for future use. We hope that we have succeeded. Readers should also be aware of the various online resources available: The Sedona Conference (www.thesedonaconference. org – where you can download numerous articles and guides), Commissioner Best’s website (www.california-discovery-law.com – an excellent resource citing case law from all over the country) and numerous others. Enjoy!
A WORD
PEtE ClANCy is licensed in both California and Nevada. He started practicing in Nevada in 2002 and in California in 2004. He lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area. He and his wife (Precilla Diaz, also a Nevada-licensed attorney) started Clancy & Diaz, LLP in the summer of 2007. Pete can be reached at pclancy@clancydiaz.com.
RECYCLING SPONSOR
This issue of Nevada Lawyer magazine is printed on recycled paper containing a minimum of 10 percent post-consumer fiber. Special thanks to Lewis and Roca LLP for sponsoring the use of recycled paper for this issue.
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