I just listened to a podcast interview with two of the authors of The Electronic Evidence and Discovery Handbook: Forms, Checklists and Guidelines, published by the ABA.
Asked what sets this book apart from other books on e-discovery, Sharon Nelson said: forms. She quoted a friend as saying that all lawyers want two things: forms and a continuance. This book has 60 forms (and a CD-ROM to make them easy to work with).
For more about the book, see the publisher's description (the publisher is the ABA) or take a look at it in the library (KF8947 .N45 2006 at Classified Stacks).