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Applied Discovery Regional CLE: E-Discovery Best Practices for Complex Matters

April 30, 2009 • Washington, DC


Case Law Spotlight

(1 Professionalism Credit)

In order to develop an effective e-discovery strategy, it is critical that legal teams understand recent case law and court rules. In this session the experienced panelists will discuss the impact of recent e-discovery rulings on your business or practice. Key decisions and court rules covered include Maryland Protocol, In re Fannie Mae Securities Litigation, Lorraine v. Markel, and Mancia v. Mayflower, among others.

Privacy Considerations Surrounding New Technologies and Global Data Collection

(1 Ethics Credit)

As corporations leverage emerging technologies to conduct business communications, and as globalization in business becomes more widespread, practitioners are finding that the potential technological and geographic scope of data collection is increasing. Casting this broader net makes it increasingly complicated to navigate issues surrounding data privacy expectations. This session will address key privacy considerations for some of the most challenging “new” issues, including instant messages, text messages, and data from the EU.

E-Discovery Best Practices: Government Investigations

(1 Professionalism Credit)

Proactively managing the discovery process can have an enormous impact on the success of the inquiry. The discovery matters related to typical government investigations are highly complex, open-ended, and involve enormous quantities of documents consisting primarily of email. This session will provide guidance on developing an effective ESI strategy from collection to production in order to address the specific nuances involved with responding to government subpoenas and investigations.

Courtney Barton is doing the case law portion.

This program is being held at The Ritz-Carlton from 1:30pm - 5:00pm. An optional buffet lunch at 12:30 and a cocktail reception immediately follows.

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