2nd E-Discovery Real World Solutions and Practical Strategies in a Changing Environment
September 18 - 20, 2006
New York, NY
2nd E-Discovery will address the huge challenges associated with document retention and production and will show you HOW to proactively manage documents and minimize your risks. No "theories". No "fluff"
- Impact of the Federal Rules of E Discovery when adopted
- Preservation duties, litigation hold, spoliation sanctions, and risk management
- Lessons learned and best practices for getting E Discovery "right"
- Technology challenges and practical solutions to reduce risks and costs
- Forging effective links among Legal, IT, Managers, and Vendors
- Proactively managing documents now to minimize risks later
- Insights on Sedona guidelines, international obligations, ethical issues, and six sigma
- Applying quality standards and metrics
Top 5 reasons why you need to attend:
1) You asked for it, you got it! The latest rules changes, practical solutions, and step-by-step how to get E Discovery "right"
2) Thought leaders and high caliber speakers offering diverse perspectives
3) THE meeting place for the E Discovery industry
4) A proven track record as a leading and authoritative event on the subject
5) All that… plus, earn CLEs!
Crowell & Moring's David Cross will be participating in a panel discussion, Dynamic Databases, as part of the two-day conference. His session will talk about most of the cases and big news stories in electronic discovery are about e-mail. However, enterprise databases that contain critical corporate information on a wide range of issues, including detailed financial data and human resources information, are starting to receive more attention from electronic discoverers. These constantly updated and changing databases present challenging issues for electronic discovery, including how to preserve dynamic information, what to do about metadata, and the protection of proprietary software. Our panel of experienced experts will talk through the relevant case law as well as the practical and technical ways to handle dynamic databases effectively as part of the universe of "electronically stored information" subject to discovery.
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