In the next teleconference in our series, “E-Discovery in Employment Litigation,” Mayer Brown lawyers will discuss the e-discovery challenges that companies must address when facing litigation initiated by current and former employees. Employers often have to deal with the dilemma of preserving, collecting and producing data from a variety of sources – and the relevant information will include more than just handbooks and personnel files. Presenters will offer insights into how companies facing these issues can strike the right balance between risk mitigation and cost control.
This teleconference will feature Bronwyn Pollock, partner and co-chair of Mayer Brown’s Commercial Litigation practice, and Kim Leffert, counsel in the firm’s Employment Litigation & Counseling practice, along with Ethan Hastert, a partner in the firm’s Electronic Discovery & Records Management practice. They will address topics such as:
- Limiting the burdens imposed by e-discovery
- Strategies for identifying, collecting and reviewing relevant data
- Implementing proactive e-discovery solutions
- Special problems in employment cases