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2021 e-Discovery Essentials eConference

Contains material from Jun 2021

2021 e-Discovery Essentials eConference
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Very informative course

I thought the course was too focused on big firm/big client issues. Some tips for suburban and rural practitioners with local clients and smaller cases would have been great.

Very well done online presentation. Viewed June 2022, after COVID lockdowns, but feel this should continue to be offered. Great quality of speakers and materials. Hoped to receive samples, forms, etc. but did not.

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As the volume of digital information continues to grow, electronic discovery is continuing to evolve and impact the way we preserve, review and produce information in litigation. E-Discovery Essentials is a one-day, extensive program designed to walk through key legal and technical issues for E-Discovery preparedness and management of effective requests for production of electronically stored information. Hear directly from leading practitioners and in-house counsel to get the latest updates on current discovery rules and gain practical guidance on the E-Discovery issues and challenges of the day. Topics include:  
  • Obligations Under Texas Discovery Rules vs. Federal Discovery Rules
  • Privacy and Intersection of E-Discovery
  • Responsibility of Outside Counsel to Protect Client Information
  • Prudently Picking Your E-Discovery Team
  • Conducting Cost-Effective E-Discovery and the Use of Technology Assisted Review (TAR)
  • Discoverability of Mobile Devices, New Technology and Social Media Platforms
If you are a litigator, in-house counsel, or other expert handling electronically stored information, this one-day course is for you.

Includes: Video Audio Paper Slides

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 6.50 | 2.25 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • Specialization: Administrative Law | Civil Appellate Law | Bankruptcy Law | Criminal Law | Consumer Law | Civil Trial Law | Family Law | Labor and Employment Law | Personal Injury Trial Law
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 5/31/2023

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1. Current Issues in E-Discovery (Jun 2021)

David Kessler, Hon. Xavier Rodriguez

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Current Issues in E-Discovery (Jun 2021)

Discuss challenges to preserving new forms of electronically stored information, the potential perils of allowing clients to self-collect relevant data, ethical and rule-based obligations imposed on counsel, and the new arguments being raised in support of motions for sanctions.

Originally presented: Apr 2021 E-Discovery Essentials

David Kessler, Norton Rose Fulbright - New York, NY
Hon. Xavier Rodriguez, U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas - San Antonio, TX

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2. Rules Update: An Overview of New Procedural Rules and How They Affect Our Practice (Jun 2021)

Kennon L. Wooten

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Rules Update: An Overview of New Procedural Rules and How They Affect Our Practice (Jun 2021)

Examine the impetus for, content of, and impacts of recent amendments to the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure relating to service, expedited actions, and discovery. Learn how to serve parties through social media, which cases are in the expedited actions process by default, and newly required disclosures and other discovery-rule changes that affect civil litigation.

Originally presented: Apr 2021 E-Discovery Essentials

Kennon L. Wooten, Scott Douglass & McConnico LLP - Austin, TX

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3. Privacy and the Intersection of E-Discovery (Jun 2021)

Mark Young

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Privacy and the Intersection of E-Discovery (Jun 2021)

Hear an overview of GDPR, CCPA, and other privacy statutes, and discuss their impacts for eDiscovery practitioners.

Originally presented: Apr 2021 E-Discovery Essentials

Mark Young, Covington & Burling - London, United Kingdom

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4. Responsibility of Outside Counsel to Protect Client Information (Jun 2021)

Robert L. Levy

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Responsibility of Outside Counsel to Protect Client Information (Jun 2021)

Outside Counsel are becoming prime targets for hackers and others seeking to steal valuable trade secrets and to disrupt the interests of firm clients due to the particularly sensitive information created and received by counsel during litigation and other proceedings. Law Firms have an ethical duty to ensure that they have appropriate measures in place, including training and technology, to ensure that the information they create and receive on behalf of their clients is maintained safely and securely.  

Originally presented: Apr 2021 E-Discovery Essentials

Robert L. Levy, Exxon Mobil Corporation - Houston, TX

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5. Prudently Picking Your E-Discovery Team: Vendors, Forensics Experts, and More (Jun 2021)

Michelle Six, Jeff Salling, Stacy Sampeck

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Prudently Picking Your E-Discovery Team: Vendors, Forensics Experts, and More (Jun 2021)

Originally presented: Apr 2021 E-Discovery Essentials

Michelle Six, Kirkland & Ellis LLP - New York, NY
Jeff Salling, NOVARTIS - East Hanover, NJ
Stacy Sampeck, 3M - San Antonio, TX

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6. Conducting Cost-Effective E-Discovery and the Use of Technology Assisted Review (TAR) (Jun 2021)

Christine Payne, Hon. Andrew Peck

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Conducting Cost-Effective E-Discovery and the Use of Technology Assisted Review (TAR) (Jun 2021)

Examine how technology-based processes, specifically technology assisted review (TAR), can be cost-effective and efficient solutions for e-discovery in litigation. This session highlights situations where TAR is often the preferred tool over attorney review and flags times that it is not, and discusses how to address contentious issues that may arise in TAR-related negotiations with opposing counsel.

Originally presented: Apr 2021 E-Discovery Essentials

Christine Payne, Gunster - Austin, TX
Hon. Andrew Peck, DLA Piper LLP US - New York, NY

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7. Privilege Logs and the Use of Technology to Create a More Efficient Process (Jun 2021)

Jonathan Redgrave, Amy Sellars

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Privilege Logs and the Use of Technology to Create a More Efficient Process (Jun 2021)

In today's world, with ESI continuing to expand exponentially in both volume and variety, and discovery accelerated through such devices as rocket dockets and mandatory disclosure pilot programs, privilege logging pressures have increased dramatically. Hear advice on leveraging technology, best practices, and advocacy to reduce risks and costs and increase efficiency.

Originally presented: Apr 2021 E-Discovery Essentials

Jonathan Redgrave, Redgrave LLP - Chantilly, VA
Amy Sellars, Discovery Center of Excellence at Cardinal Health - Dublin, OH

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8. Discoverability of Mobile Devices, New Technology and Social Media Platforms (Jun 2021)

Andrea L. D'Ambra, Bryan Foster

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Discoverability of Mobile Devices, New Technology and Social Media Platforms (Jun 2021)

In a world of ever evolving personal mobile technology and social communication platforms, companies must proactively manage where and how company business information is stored, shared, retained, and produced to third parties. Explore the challenges in determining whether a company has control over data on employee devices or accounts, how to appropriately address the risks involved with managing (or not managing) this data, and strategies for the collection, processing, review, and production of data.

Originally presented: Apr 2021 E-Discovery Essentials

Andrea L. D'Ambra, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP - New York, NY
Bryan Foster, Deloitte LLP - Houston, TX

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9. Litigation Holds and Establishing the Duty to Preserve ESI (Jun 2021)

Farrah Pepper, Robert Keeling, Cheryl Joseph LaFond, Jeff Rickard

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Litigation Holds and Establishing the Duty to Preserve ESI (Jun 2021)

Explore the essentials you need to know about litigation holds and preservation of ESI, especially in a post-pandemic, virtual work environment; and get a “back to basics” overview of well-settled principles and best practices, along with a preview of emergent issues you should have on your radar.

Originally presented: Apr 2021 E-Discovery Essentials

Farrah Pepper, Marsh McLennan - New York, NY
Robert Keeling, Sidley Austin LLP - Washington, DC
Cheryl Joseph LaFond, Scott Douglass & McConnico LLP - Austin, TX
Jeff Rickard, Walmart Inc. - Centerton, AR