E-Discovery & Records Management Teleconference: Reducing the Burden of Third-Party Discovery
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Many organizations are subject to numerous third-party requests for discovery, and the management of such requests becomes a heavy burden on the limited resources of the legal and IT departments of the organization. However, there are practical ways to reduce this burden without increasing the legal risks involved with the preservation, collection and production of ESI subject to a third-party subpoena.
Mayer Brown attorneys, including authors of Mayer Brown's recently published Electronic Discovery Deskbook (PLI 2009), will explain the scope of legal obligations for parties subject to third-party requests, and the best practices in addressing document preservation, collection and production issues in third-party practice, including:
- Ways to limit the scope of preservation and production
- Standard objections which should be made to every subpoena
Anthony J. Diana
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