presented by John Unice and Brett Creasy
August 23 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
As data within corporations continues to explode due to the use of workplace collaboration tools, mobile devices, and other online repositories, the need for attorneys to understand best practices around how to preserve, collect, analyze and produce that information (when required) is certainly heightened. Coupled with many states’ (including PA’s) ethical duty of technical competence, enterprising litigants often engage in a tactic of practicing “discovery on discovery,” in an effort to craft spoliation claims that can lead to hefty settlements or verdicts. Join us as we talk through best practices for: identifying and preserving potentially relevant information; defensibly winnowing down data sets for review; and reviewing data for purposes of production.
.5 substantive credits
.5 ethics credits
To register, visit tiny.one/eDiscovery