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Forms that Function, by Craig Ball, Ball In Your Court


The criterion, “Will the form produced function in an e-mail client?” enables parties to explore a broad range of functional native and near-native forms, not just PSTs.  It an objective “acid test” to determine if e-mail will be produced in a reasonably usable form; that is, a form not too far degraded from the way the data is used by the parties and witnesses in the ordinary course.