Unfortunately due to varying requirements among State by State CLE approval authorities for prerecorded material, we are not able to offer CLE credit for recorded webinars. We can only offer CLE credit for the live sessions.
April 22, 2021
The challenges associated with employee use of smartphones, tablets, and personal cloud applications such as Dropbox and Google Drive have been splashed across the headlines. Given the critical role of cloud and mobile functionality in business, few if any clients will likely ever be free from such challenges. However, there are steps that lawyers can take to help their clients either avoid or ameliorate the risks associated with these indispensable innovations. This program will discuss some of the key risks associated with mobile device and personal cloud use and spotlight best practices for addressing the issues.
April 1, 2021
Courts are turning with growing frequency to special masters as they confront increasingly complex eDiscovery scenarios. When properly selected and used in appropriate matters, special masters with eDiscovery expertise can help courts and parties prioritize issues for determination and streamline resolution of disputes in a cost-effective manner. This program provides an overview of the issues and examines key considerations surrounding the use of special masters for handling eDiscovery issues.
February 26, 2021
The attorney-client privilege is one of the most important legal traditions in the United States. And yet, safeguarding privileged information has become particularly challenging given the massive amounts of electronic data now existing in most corporate electronic information systems. Given the sheer volume of potentially relevant information, it is often difficult to identify privileged communications and then withhold them from discovery.
February 1, 2021
The case law on electronic discovery in the U.S. Federal Courts continues to evolve, and—despite the pandemic—2020 was a banner year for new opinions on a myriad of eDiscovery-related topics. This program explores several recent developments in the interpretation and application of the 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, including examining how some old issues continue to confound litigants, such as the production of metadata, while looking at some interesting trends in discovery related to Rules 26 and 34, the implications of using technology assisted review (TAR), and the application of Rule 37(e).
November 13, 2020
Questions regarding the use of technology-assisted review (TAR) in discovery generally focus on whether TAR will be user-friendly for the responding party and how its use will be perceived by the requesting party. From workflow transparency and seed set disclosure to proportionality and cost shifting, courts are providing guidance on these and other TAR issues. This program will analyze these issues and provide practical insights on a complex discovery practice area.