The Journal of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association. Vol. 27, No. 1, for Spring, 2018 features “The Definitive Guide to Hospital Electronic Medical Recordkeeping Systems”.  Id. at 4-16. Its author kindly acknowledged Mr. Waterman: “The author would like to thank Avery T. “Sandy” Waterman, Jr. for his tireless contributions both to this article and to developing much of the ground breaking precedents that made it possible.”  Id. at 4.  EMR cases of Mr. Waterman cited by the article include: Myers v. Riverside Hosp., Inc., 2016 Va. Cir. LEXIS 53, 2016 WL 1752780 (Newport News Apr. 21, 2016) (enforcing subpoena for audit trial and other ESI); Rauchfuss v. Schultz, Riverside, et. al., 2015 Va. Cir. LEXIS 144, 2015 WL 6125377 (Newport News Oct. 13, 2015) (compelling production of data dictionaries); Rauchfuss v. Schultz, Riverside, et. al., 2015 Va. Cir. LEXIS 145, 2015 WL 6125374 (Newport News Aug. 7, 2015)(compelling on-site EHR inspection and production of audit trial, data dictionary, pop-up warnings, and drop-down menus); Peck v. Riverside Hosp., Inc., 2015 Va. Cir. LEXIS 68, 2015 WL 3525083 (Newport News Apr. 21, 2015) (compelling computer database information); and Peck v. Riverside Hosp., Inc., 2014 Va. Cir. LEXIS 152, 2014 WL 4359532 (Newport News Aug. 5, 2014) (compelling audit trial production), id. at 14 n.17; Rauchfuss v. Schultz, 2016 Va. Cir. LEXIS 24, 2016 WL 1109118 (Newport News Mar. 15, 2016) and Rauchfuss v. Schultz, 2015 Va. Cir. LEXIS 186, 2015 WL 9306685 (Newport News Dec. 15, 2015), id. at 15 n. 25; and Riverside Hosp., Inc. v. Johnson, 272 Va. 518 (2006).  Id. at 15 n. 26.  Other early EMR cases of Mr. Waterman include Talton v. Sentara Hosps., 2015 Va. Cir. LEXIS 71, 2015 WL 363655 (Norfolk June 10, 2014) (compelling audit trails and metadata) and Eason v. Sentara Care Plex Hosp., 88 Va. Cir. 291 (Hampton May 29, 2014) (compelling audit trails and metadata).