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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