May 08, 2017

Newest developments in electronic discovery, judicial perspectives on revised federal rules to be highlighted at ABA institute

CHICAGO, May 8, 2017–The Eleventh Annual Institute on E-Discovery will cover timely and important topics for electronic discovery in civil litigation, including: critical e-discovery case law from around the country; the meaning of “possession, custody or control” in an era of fluid technology; and judicial perspectives on the revised Federal Rules of Civil Procedure after a year of implementation and analysis. The day-long session takes place May 11 at ABA headquarters in Chicago.

What:             
Eleventh Annual National Institute on E-Discovery

Who:              
Joy Conti, chief U.S. district judge, Western District of Pennsylvania
Sheila Finnegan, U.S. magistrate judge, Northern District of Illinois
Iain Johnston, U.S. magistrate judge, Northern District of Illinois
Kristen Mix, U.S. magistrate judge, District of Colorado

Where:           
American Bar Association
321 N. Clark St.
Chicago

When:            
May 11

Sponsors:     
ABA Section of Litigation
ABA Center for Professional Development

For a detailed list of speakers and a full schedule, view the brochure.

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