Recent case law, such as Judge Scheindlin's Pension Committee decision, is renewing the focus on eDiscovery and reasonableness. However, corporate legal departments and law firms still struggle to achieve fast and effective eDiscovery. In a process where speed, accuracy and defensibility are of paramount importance to success, law firms are often left with their hands tied while they wait for access to their corporate clients' data. Corporate clients are looking to their law firms for ways to compress eDiscovery timeframes and reduce costs and risk. Meanwhile, law firm partners are seeking to create a competitive advantage through better collaboration and linking of eDiscovery processes.
As technology rapidly evolves, so do best practices and reasonableness. What was state of the art yesterday may no longer be a defensible today. Join us to learn about recent changes in case law, advances in technology, and successful methods to build a strong, long term relationship with corporate clients through proactive, automated, and cost-efficient processes.
This seminar will cover the following:
Michael E. Lackey
CLE credit is available
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