Here are the sort of useful articles you'll find at the E-Discovery Archives of the Richmond Journal of Law & Technology--
- "Do I Really Have To Do That?" Rule 26(a)(1) Disclosures and Electronic Information," by David J. Waxse
- "Shifting Burdens and Concealing Electronic Evidence: Discovery in the Digital Era," by Rebecca Rockwood
- "The Two-Tier Discovery Provision Of Rule 26(B)(2)(B) - A Reasonable Measure For Controlling Electronic Discovery?" by Theodore C. Hirt
- "Information Inflation: Can The Legal System Adapt?" by George L. Paul and Jason R. Baron.
There's that and much more, with an emphasis on the federal rules. The link is from Jim Calloway's Law Practice Tips Blog by way of a heads up from Celia C. Elwell, a paralegal in Oklahoma City.