If you are involved in a lawsuit (or think you will be) then discovery will almost certainly be an issue you should consider at some point and it's better to start getting together a plan for discovery as soon as possible.
Since your case can be won or lost in the discovery process LessonsInLaw.com, teaming with RebellionBooks.com, have just released the second volume in our Guerrilla Guides to the Law series.
This one is entitled The Guerrilla Guide to Written Discovery (Civil Cases): How To Send and Answer Discovery for Non-Lawyers.
This book, like The Guerrilla Guide to Picking a Jury, is available through RebellionBooks.com as an instantly downloadable eBook in PDF format or for the Kindle at Amazon.com. They will both be available for the Barnes and Noble Nook soon.
The Guerrilla Guide to Written Discovery contains information, tips, and even a few tricks that can be used to make the most of the discovery to protect and enhance your case. Mandatory disclosure, interrogatories, requests for production, and requests for admission are all covered as well as how to answer and how to object to discovery.
The appendices also contain samples sets of each kind of discovery to assist in preparing and answering the discovery in your case. In addition, tips on searching the internet for assistance is also covered.