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You know e-discovery has hit the big time…

Posted by rjbiii on October 24, 2007

When lawtunes parodies it. From the press release:

Indie music label LawTunes (www.LawTunes.com) has released its latest humorous, lawyer-created, law-related album, “The Lawtunes: Live At Blackacre.” The CD contains ten original rock-and-roll tunes taking on the law, lawyers, and legal practice, including, “(She’s An) Electronic Discovery,” “Lawyers’ Blood Is Typo,” “Della Street,” “LawMan,” “Orderin’ In,” “Cadillac Cab,” “Little Bluebook,” “Livin’ Life In Six Minutes,” “Everywhere There Is A Client,” and “Santa’s G.C.” It provides desperately-needed relief to frustrated shoppers who have lawyers, law students, paralegals, and other law firm or corporate or governmental legal department personnel on their gift-giving lists.

The description of “(She’s An) Electronic Discovery:”

“(She’s An) Electronic Discovery”: There’s probably no “hotter” topic in the law today than the review and production in litigation of e-mail and other electronic documents. But that context and its developing terminology (including data accessibility, preservation, spoliation, retention policies, metadata, embedded images, the recent Federal Rules of Civil Procedure amendments, and the leading Zubulake line of cases) are appropriated with gusto to tell the tale of a lawyer falling in virtual love.

Reminds me of the musical skits from “Whose Line is it, Anyway?”

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