Have you ever been around a bunch of lawyers from the Silicon Valley when they start talking about e-discovery? They start using fancy e-discovery words like “meta data,” “native format” and “clawback agreements.” Meanwhile your eyes are glazing over and you begin to clench your teeth because all you want are the e-mails, letters and other stuff the other side may be hoarding on their computer that would be relevant to your case. Been there. Done that. Well, a good place to start and decipher what all those techno words mean is Sedona Conference Institute’s Third Edition of the Sedona Conference Glossary on E-Discovery & Digital Information Management (pdf) which was just released this month. This 56 page glossary will help you figure out what everybody’s talking about.