It goes without saying that eDiscovery costs are a major, and seemingly ever-increasing, issue for corporations and the lawyers that represent them. So, what can in-house teams do to be more proactive about predicting and controlling these costs? For insights, listen to this DTI webinar featuring a powerhouse panel of in-house legal executives from Walmart, Swiss Re, […]
The aspect of electronic discovery that causes the most difficulty, and draws the most severe sanctions, is the preservation of electronically stored information (“ESI”). Discovery rules and historic and recent case law require the quick and effective imposition of a litigation hold once a triggering event occurs. This one-hour webinar was hosted by DTI and Lewis Brisbois and covers these […]
With the courts strongly urging attorneys to work with their adversary in order to streamline the discovery process, what exactly does that mean for counsel? How much information needs to be shared about technology being used or search methodology implemented in order to save costs, but still protect any legal strategy? Can sanctions be handed down […]
What data is in the cloud, and who controls it? Can it be put on litigation hold? How can it best be retrieved for eDiscovery review and production? This webinar will identify the questions that must be considered when making the decision to use cloud applications and storage services. Jeffrey Jacobs, Associate General Counsel for […]
DTI’s case law update that explores recent court decisions related to e-discovery. These cases impact tactics and strategies organizations should consider to help control their e-discovery costs and risks. Panelists helped attendees understand how recent decisions may impact them. Faculty included Gail L. Gottehrer, Esq., Partner, Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider LLP, Kiriaki Tourikis, Esq., Vice President, Assistant […]
This webcast discusses how eDiscovery is handled in investigations by the Securities and Exchange Commission, FINRA and the Department of Justice. Questions covered include: How are search and culling methodologies discussed in the absence of a “meet and confer” process mandated by the FRCP’s? Is using technology assisted review accepted? What happens when data is inadvertently deleted? And how do you sensitize the government to the spiraling costs of data collection and processing?