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Judge Anthony Battaglia
Judge Mitch Dembin
Judge Michael Groch
Judge Timothy Walsh
Tim Blood, Blood Hurst & O'Reardon LLP
John Ellis, Federal Defenders
Sabrina L. Feve, Assistant U.S. Attorney
Kathryn (Kit) Goetz, Qualcomm
Ruth C. Hauswirth, Cooley LLP
Knut S. Johnson, Esq.
Bill Kammer, Solomon Ward
Hugh Kim, Wilson Turner Kosmo LLP
Dan Kinney, ProSearch Strategies, Inc.
William M. Low, Higgs Fletcher & Mack LLP
Browning Marean (1942-2014)
Brendan McHugh, Deputy District Attorney
Wendy Patrick, Deputy District Attorney
Justine M. Phillips, Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
Alessandra P. Serano, Assistant U.S. Attorney
Bob Stall, Office of Assigned Counsel
A Pocket Guide for Judges
California Discovery Law (Richard Best)
Craig Ball’s website
Discovery Resources (DTI)
Electronic Discovery Best Practices (Ralph Losey)
Electronic Discovery in the Cloud
Electronic Discovery Primer for Judges
Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM)
FindLaw's Guide to Electronic Discovery
Gibson Dunn E-Discovery Basics
Guy Kawasaki’s Alltop
How Much Information 2003 (U.C. Berkeley)
K&L Gates Electronic Discovery Law
Kroll Ontrack Resource Library
Ralph Losey’s Blog
Sedona Conference Glossary For E-Discovery
The Sedona Conference
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