In our next teleconference in the series, “E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Litigation,” Mayer Brown lawyers will discuss the e-discovery issues in patent and related litigation caused by the spotty adoption by various courts of the Federal Circuit Advisory Council’s Model E-Discovery Order. Presenters will offer insights into how companies facing the resulting preservation, collection and production issues can strike the right balance and work to tailor proposed orders for their cases.
This teleconference will feature Eric Evans and Sharon Israel, partners in Mayer Brown’s Intellectual Property practice and members of the firm’s Electronic Discovery & Records Management practice, along with Michael Lackey, co-chair of the firm’s Electronic Discovery & Records Management practice. They will address topics such as:
- An overview of how different courts and tribunals are approaching the Model E-Discovery Order
- Limiting the burdens imposed by e-discovery in view of the Model E-Discovery Order
- Strategies for negotiating changes to the Order and reducing burdens on litigants
- Implementing proactive e-discovery solutions