Access to Government in the Computer Age

Access to Government in the Computer Age

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In addition, electronic documents and e- mails obtained from specific individuals known to interact directly with counsel or entities that routinely deal with confidential information can be segregated and reviewed on a record-by-record basis. There is no bright line rule or authority mandating that these forms of review will suffice in every situation. ... it is not uncommon to find provisions that shift at least some of the costs associated with a request to review public records to E-Records:anbsp;...

Title:Access to Government in the Computer Age
Author: Martha Chumbler
Publisher:American Bar Association - 2007

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