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ABA - E-Discovery in Government Investigations and Criminal Litigation

April 13, 2012 • Los Angeles, CA

Dealing with electronically stored information (ESI), for clients, prosecutors and defense attorneys, over the years has steadily grown in cost and complexity – with little guidance provided by courts and none from the rules. Tracking the evolution of a case – from the outset of a government investigation to the trial – five panels will discuss the evolving world of e-discovery relating to government investigations and criminal matters, focusing on subpoena compliance; Fourth Amendment issues; post-indictment discovery and trial evidence; social media and cyber ethics; and cost effective approaches to dealing with ESI.

Janet Levine, who is the Chair of the ABA Criminal Justice Section, will provide the welcoming remarks; Steve Byers is the Moderator on the panel entitled, "Investigations and Subpoena Compliance"; Justin Murphy is the Co-Chair of this event and is also the Moderator on the panel entitled, "ESI and the Fourth Amendment"; and Jeane Thomas is one of the panelists on "Cost Effective Approaches to Dealing with ESI."

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