August 13, 2018

Procedure/E-Discovery

Drafting Your ESI Protocols: Dos and Don’ts

January 20, 2015

Julie Firestone
Briggs and Morgan
Minneapolis, MN
Securities Litigation Committee

Heidi Fessler
Briggs and Morgan
Minneapolis, MN

Julie Firestone and Heidi Fessler share their experience with ESI protocols and how to make them work for you and your client.

 


 

Proposed Rule Changes to the Rules of Civil Procedure

By John Barkett
Shook, Hardy & Bacon, Miami, FL

Hear as John Barkett outlines many of the proposed rule change that are being proposed. (7:57 min)

 


 

Inadvertent Production of Documents

By John Barkett
Shook, Hardy & Bacon, Miami, FL

Unfortunately for clients, accidental production of documents does occur. John Barkett discusses what should happen when privileged or protected documents mistakenly get shared with opposing counsel. (6:32 min)

 


 

Civil Rules Advisory Committee Proposed Changes in Discovery

By John Barkett
Shook, Hardy & Bacon, Miami, FL

John Barkett discusses the possible changes in the scope of discovery presented to the Rules Committee. (4:55 min)

 


 

Changes to Rule 37 (e) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

By John Barkett
Shook, Hardy & Bacon, Miami, FL

Hear John Barkett outline changes to a lawyer’s duty regarding a failure to preserve discoverable information and the culpability of such actions. (5:49 min)

 


 

Rule 45 of the Rules of Civil procedure

John Barkett
Shook, Hardy & Bacon, Miami, FL

In June 2012, amendments were proposed to Rule 45 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Listen as John Barkett outlines the four major changes that will go into effect in December 2013. (8:37 min)

 


 

How Rule 54(d) Impacts the Costs Associated with E-Discovery

John Barkett
Shook, Hardy & Bacon, Miami, FL

As we know, Rule 54D allows certain costs to be taxed to the losing party. Listen as John Barkett explains how the rule applies to costs associated with e-discovery. (9:57 min)