This seminar is designed to provide counsel with the understanding necessary to advise clients on state, federal and international e-discovery strategic and technology issues. Attendees will learn practical strategies that can be used when called upon to provide guidance on e-retention policies or e-discovery. Covered topics include:

  • Current developments and best practices emerging under e-discovery law
  • How early e-discovery choices impact the life of a case
  • Strategies for conducting a cost-effective review and production of electronic documents
  • How e-discovery impacts electronic data management
  • Developing e-discovery issues surrounding cutting-edge technologies
  • Beyond the federal rules: the intersection of federal, state, and international e-discovery
  • E-discovery ethical considerations

Washington partner Michael E. Lackey, Jr., will be speaking on the Cooperating with Opposing Counsel: The 26(f) Conference and Beyond panel at 1:45 p.m.

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