When faced with litigation and government investigations, electronic discovery (“eDiscovery”) is a significant concern of businesses. The courts are becoming increasingly stringent in their requirements to produce electronically stored information (“ESI”) during the discovery phase of litigation. If not property controlled, the costs, burdens and risks of eDiscovery can overshadow the substantive issues involved.
Kathryn Carney Cole and Aaron E. Zerykier, Esqs. will be presenting this complimentary program. Katy and Aaron are co-founders of the firm’s eDiscovery practice group and are both counsel in the firm’s commercial litigation practice group.
There is no fee to attend; however, pre-registration is required. 1.0 credit in professional practice will be awarded. Suitable for both transitional and non-transitional attorneys.
Topics to be covered include:
- Legal Duty, Interviews and Hold Process
- Collection, Planning, Post-collection and Technology
- Privilege, Quality Control and Costs