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e-Discovery Ethics: Inefficiency is Ruining Litigation

August 13, 2015WestLegalEd Live CLE SeminarAttorneys: Susan M. Usatine and Jamie P. Clare
Description: Is e-Discovery ruining litigation? The answer is no.
Lawyers have an ethical obligation to provide technologically competent representation to their clients. This webinar will examine the RPCs and duties owed to the Court and provide counsel with practical guidance on structuring a quality e-Discovery process through a detailed examination of electronically stored information competence, e-discovery cooperation and confidentiality. In-house counsel will appreciate the panelists’ perspectives on cost-saving strategies including an audit of outside counsel’s workflow that examines why e-Discovery costs balloon and how efficiencies can be accomplished without sacrificing results.

Practice Areas:   
 
Discovery & E-Discovery, Ethics & Professional Responsibility, Information Technology Law & E-Commerce, Litigation & Appeals, Trial Skills

Course Format:  
   
Live Conference
Date:     
08/13/2015
Schedule    
08/13/2015 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM US/Eastern
Location:     
Cole Schotz PC
25 Main Street
Hackensack, NJ - 07601

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