Learn the latest on E-discovery, Metadata, Litigation Holds with this convenient, 24/7 On-demand Seminar & Complimentary Podcast. Register to obtain CLE & MCLE credit, online access to course & reference materials, and attend this on-demand seminar. YOU MAY LISTEN FROM ALMOST ANY TYPE OF COMPUTER OR IPOD. ACCESS TO THE RECORDING AND MATERIALS DOES NOT EXPIRE.
E-discovery, Metadata, Litigation Holds Benefits:
90-Minute On-demand Seminar & Complimentary Podcast
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All trial lawyers must understand and advise clients on the current law governing discovery in litigation. “E-discovery” laws have been updated recently to reflect technological advancements in the practice. Today, every computer application and platform generates metadata. Thus, metadata issues are inevitable whenever client-created electronic documents are at issue in e-discovery in civil litigation, government inquiries and public-records-act requests. Metadata comes to the fore at each phase of the e-discovery process, including in inadvertent disclosures, meet-and-confer, culling/reviewing/coding, and planning. This seminar provides guidance so attorneys and legal professionals can easily grasp the current requirements mandated under the law, revised e-discovery practices, concerns involving metadata, and compliance required for the retention and destruction of electronically stored information. This seminar will examine the full extent of the duty to preserve electronic evidence and provide practical strategies for streamlining efforts to minimize costs and time in e-discovery. Our nationally distinguished panel of attorneys will discuss the latest trends in legal hold letters, metadata, document management, and means to use electronic discovery to your client's advantage. Agenda: E-discovery Today & Ethical Issues
1. Latest Law & Court Rules Governing Electronic Discovery
2. Determining Discoverable Material
3. Cost Effective Strategies
4. Litigation Preparedness Plans
5. ESI from Sources that Are Not Reasonable Accessible
6. Issues Governing E-Discovery Outside of the U.S.
7. Ethical Issues in Electronic Discovery Metadata & Utilizing E-Discovery to Advantage the Client
1. Planning and Collection
2. Metadata Preservation to Guard Against Spoliation
4. Native File Formats
5. Claw-back Procedures
6. Inadvertent Production of Privileged Information
7. Culling, Reviewing, and Coding
8. Quality-Control (QC) Standards Litigation Holds
1. Preparing Effective Litigation Holds
2. Explaining Holds to Clients
3. Implementing Policies to Accommodate Hold Procedures
4. Related Ethical Issues
5. The Role of Compliance in Designing Proper Retention Policies
6. Protecting Confidentiality and Privilege against Hold Requirements
7. Best Practices for Litigation Holds Recorded Question & Answer Session Biography of Seminar Faculty:
1. Jay C. Carle
practices at Seyfarth Shaw, where he focuses on issues associated with electronic discovery, information governance and other high technology matters. Mr. Carle assists clients with pre-litigation preparedness; the preservation, collection, review and production of electronic information in litigation; computer forensic investigations; spoliation; and information governance issues related to data security, privacy and records management. He combines legal expertise and deep technical knowledge and experience, which includes over 10 years consulting in the private IT industry, to craft practical and defensible approaches to discovery obligations in litigation and to comply with statutory and regulatory schemes while managing the costs and the realities of operating a business in today’s economy. Mr. Carle has assisted clients through various electronically stored information issues in multiple class action and commercial cases involving labor and employment, contract disputes, FTC and DOJ investigations, and misappropriation, among others. Likewise, Mr. Carle helps companies shape data preservation, document retention and information technology usage policies, including privacy and information security plans. He has written and spoken across the country on topics ranging from Cloud E-discovery and social media e-discovery to employee record retention and informmation management.
2. James S. Zucker
practices at Hogan Lovells, where he focuses on litigation and antitrust matters. He has a broad commercial litigation practice and represents clients before state and federal courts. He has previously litigated cases involving intellectual property, antitrust, trade secrets, and class actions. Mr. Zucker’s experience as a former software developer enables him to guide clients through all phases of electronic discovery. He is also involved in litigation involving software and translates highly technical information into language clients and courts can understand. Mr. Zucker is a member of the Sedona Conference working group concerning electronic discovery and is currently assisting with a project to craft a uniform approach to electronic discovery for the New York State Court System. He holds a law degree from Fordham Law School.
3. Daniel R. Miller
is a member of K&L Gates' e-Discovery Analysis and Technology Group, where he regularly counsels clients in matters involving complex records preservation and collection issues, litigation “holds,” e-discovery, and records management and retention policies. In particular, Mr. Miller has provided guidance to clients ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies regarding legal record retention requirements and considerations, best practices for records management and discovery response, and electronic discovery processes and preparation. He has spoken on records management and e-discovery issues at a number of presentations and web-based seminars. He has also published several articles and newsletters on e-discovery issues, and is a contributing author in an industry leading book entitled "eDiscovery,” published most recently in 2011. He holds a law degree from the University of Virginia, where he served as Editor-in-Chief of the Virginia Journal of Social Policy & the Law. Who should attend this seminar?
Attorneys, paralegals, and legal professionals.
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