The Delaware Court of Chancery’s Guidelines Regarding the Preservation of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) were previously reviewed here on this blog, but now Kevin F. Brady of Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz LLP in Wilmington, a nationally recognized electronic discovery expert, provides a more comprehensive commentary on the Court’s ESI guidelines, issued last month, in a post he authored, available here, on The Harvard Law School Forum of Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation. Kevin provides an insider’s view in light of his membership on the Court’s Rules Committee which considered the new ESI guidelines. His analysis is must reading for anyone who is engaged in litigation in the Court of Chancery.