E-discovery rules and best practices change frequently. To help clients stay up to date on e-discovery developments and trends, DTI is glad to provide these webcasts. They feature present and past discovery case law updates, as well as in-depth analyses of best practices for managing discovery and containing costs. Some of the webcasts were produced by Fios, Inc., which was acquired by DTI in 2012.

Webinar: Predicting and Controlling eDiscovery Costs and Risks

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, […]

E-Discovery Implications in Government Investigations

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 […]

E-Discovery Case Law Update – June 2014

This hour long case law update 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, […]

Self-Collection: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

This hour long webcast features a diverse panel of experts elaborating on key considerations on self-collection for e-discovery. Case law involving self-collection is covered, along with a discussion of when self-collection is appropriate, when it is risky and the potential pitfalls.  

Case Law Update Spring 2013

There were a number of important developments in e-discovery case law in late 2012 and early 2013. This webcast features four top e-discovery attorneys delving into some of the most pertinent cases. The experts featured in this webcast are James V. Chin, Esq., partner at Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi; Kiriaki Tourikis, Esq., senior staff […]

State E-Discovery: 6th Annual Update with Tom Allman

Tom Allman, the leading expert on state e-discovery rules, provides an update on what’s new in e-discovery at the federal level and how those developments are impacting state-level activities. (Recorded: December 12, 2012)

Redact This

Most litigation and investigations involve some form of redaction. Rule 5.2 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure requires privacy protection for … (Recorded: September 20, 2012)

Early Case Assessment Before 26(f)

Join Fios (acquired by DTI in 2012) for an enlightening session on using ECA to prepare for 26(f) conferences. Aaron Crews, e-discovery counsel at Littler; Jessica Ross, e-discovery services attorney at Latham & Watkins; and… (Recorded: August 21, 2012)

Midyear Update with Tom Allman

Tom Allman, a leading expert on state e-discovery, provides a midyear update on state-level activities. (Recorded: June 26, 2012)

E-Discovery Case Law Update – Spring 2012

This quarterly case law update from Fios (acquired by DTI in 2012) explores recent court decisions related to e-discovery, the impact these cases are already having and may have in the future, and tactics and strategies. (Recorded: May 23, 2012)

Special Masters & E-Discovery

Craig Ball discusses the growing trend of using special masters in e-discovery, the circumstances that lend themselves to the appointment of a master and the advantages of using a special master. He… (Recorded: April 25, 2012)

Data Mapping & ESI Collection

Join Fios (acquired by DTI in 2012) for an enlightening session on data mapping. Forensic expert Craig Ball, Fios evidence collection manager Karl Flusche, Orrick’s records and information management director Leigh Isaacs,… (Recorded: September 21, 2011)

Case Intelligence

It’s early in the case – you don’t know what you have or what the case is worth. You want to stay within budget and… (Recorded: February 23, 2011)