State E-Discovery: An Important Year for changes
When: Thursday December 09 at 1:00 PM ET (60 Min)
Register today for this free webinar.
Last year at this time, 23 states had adopted e-discovery procedural rules to reflect the 2006 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. By year’s end, the count will be up to 36.
In his fourth annual Fios webcast, Tom Allman, the leading expert on state e-discovery rules, will provide an update on state-level activities. Fios’ Rebecca James will moderate this informative session, which will cover the following topics:
Wed. 3/24 – Mary Mack welcomes Charles W. Cohen (Partner, Co-Chair, eDiscovery Practice Group, Hughes Hubbard and Reed LLP) for Fios’ quarterly e-discovery case law update. They will explore recent court decisions, including Judge Scheindlin’s most recent ruling; the impact these cases may have and are already having; and tactics and strategies organizations should consider to help control their e-discovery costs and risks. More info / register >
1/26 – Robert (Bob) Ambrogi, lawyer, journalist, media consultant and blogger, is known internationally for his work at the intersection of law, media and technology. In an interview with Mary Mack, Bob will share his views on the e-discovery industry and what trends he sees emerging in 2010. More info / register >
12/9 – Be sure to register for this webcast featuring an outstanding panel of e-discovery experts discussing what’s wrong (and right) with the current e-discovery rules and system. Moderated by Mary Mack, the panel members include:
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Wed. 12/16 – As of Sept. 2009, twenty five states have adopted e-discovery procedural rules that reflect the 2006 FRCP amendments. Many others are considering changes. In this 3rd annual webcast, Tom Allman and Mary Mack provide an update. More info / Register >
Tues. 11/3 – Learn how software-as-a-service (SaaS) and cloud computing can provide control and cost predictability. Learn definitions and examples of SaaS technologies. Learn about SaaS for e-discovery and the benefits and risks of cloud computing and SaaS. More info / register >
Tue. 10/27 – This webcast will provide litigation support professionals and paralegals with strategies for facilitating close collaboration among service providers, law firms and clients - crucial for an efficient, cost-effective discovery process. More info / register >
Wed. 10/07 - Learn about The Sedona Conference’s recently released document “Achieving Quality in the E-Discovery Process.” The speakers will discuss “quality measures” such as processes, tools, techniques, methods and metrics that can be applied during the discovery workflow process. More info / register >
Tue. 9/29 — Learn about the impact of project management on the efficiency, cost and outcome predictability of e-discovery projects. Discussion will include the value and implications of project management and expected outcomes, the law firm environment, and building PM expertise. More info / register >
Tue. 9/15 — Case law on e-discovery actions continues to change rapidly. This quarterly update from Fios explores the implications of recent court decisions and the tactics and strategies organizations should consider to ensure legal and regulatory compliance. Click here for details & registration info.