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The Legal and Strategic Guide to E-Discovery

Managing Your Legal Obligations from Document Creation to Discovery

April 23 and 24, 2017 - Warsaw, Poland

Key topics:

  • Technology Assisted Review (TAR): Why, When and How, and the Practice Issues Raised by its Use;
  • The impact of cloud computing, mobile devices, and BYOD on e-Discovery preservation and production efforts;
  • Meeting the new ABA Model Rules of Professional Responsibility Duty of Competence in connection with e-Discovery;
  • Unique issues that arise in four different categories of litigation: employment, class and mass tort actions, IP litigation, and government investigations;
  • Evolution and the Future of the e-Discovery Team


Industry review: E-discovery is more than responding to production requests. At its heart, e-discovery is locating, parsing, and restructuring the voluminous and diverse case data – emails, texts, word processing docs, social media postings and messages, databases, digital photos, browsing history, computer logs, and more – into a coherent, winning story.

In today's paperless world, discovery has focused less on hard copy documents and more on electronically stored information. One of the challenges of E-Discoveryis that electronic data is much more susceptible to destruction, whether intentional or unintentional, than hard copy documents. Because a business cannot or need not retain large volumes of outdated information, it is commonplace in normal business practices that electronic data is often recycled or overwritten. As a result, when litigation ensues there is a grave possibility that relevant electronic documents, such as emails, computer records and back-up tapes have been destroyed. Faced with the possibility of this occurrence and the resultant imposition of harsh penalties for spoliation it has become crucial that companies take an array of a formative steps to prevent the destruction of relevant electronic information.

This conference will provide a judicial perspective on requirements during discovery, address the most recent developments in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and offer a forum for Corporate Counsel from a variety of industries to discuss and analyze current problems and recommend viable solutions.

Join our distinguished panels of national expert e-discovery practitioners and lawyers as they demonstrate with readily available, inexpensive e-discovery software how you can discover your winning case.

Who should attend:

Arbitrators, Chief Counsel and staff in government agencies, Chief Information Officers, Chief Records Officers, Chief Technology Officers, Clerks of Court – Federal and state Compliance officers Computer forensics specialists, Consultants, Contract attorneys, Data protection professionals, Document review specialists

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