e-Discovery Best Practices
12 PM EST
The third episode of our twelve part teleconference series on best practices for managing litigation cases focuses on e-Discovery.
IBM estimates that 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created every day around the world. To put this in perspective, at this rate, approximately 90 percent of the world’s data has been created in just the last two years. With this trend of data creation not going away, electronically stored data has become a critical component in almost any litigation matter. Without the right tools, understanding, and plan to address the ever-growing amount of electronic data, a litigator can easily drown in the growing sea of bits and bytes.
In this one-hour panel discussion, our panel will provide best practices as well as tips and tricks on conducting e-Discovery. Topics of discussion will include, but not be limited to:
· Identifying electronically stored data,
· Preserving electronically stored data (litigation holds),
· Requesting electronically stored data,
· Responding to requests for data,
· Types of electronically stored data,
· Preparing for Rule 26(f) Meet & Confer Conferences,
· Reasonably accessible sources vs. Not Reasonably accessible sources,
· Reviewing electronically stored data, and
· Methods of producing electronically stored data.
Alex Walther - Baker Tilly Virchow Drause, LLP
Kevin Gaunt – Hunton & Williams
Chris McDaniel – Cognicion LLC
Sponsored by: American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Litigation Committee