Tools for the “New World” of eDiscovery and Information Governance
Barnes & Thornburg LLP presents its third annual CLE devoted exclusively to critical developments in eDiscovery and information governance. Join us – in person or via webinar – for an interactive and informative session looking back on 2016 and looking ahead to 2017.
Amendments to the Federal Rules: One Year Later
With several of the December 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure affecting eDiscovery, join us for a quick refresher on the amendments and an update on how the rules have been implemented and interpreted during the first year.
From the Trenches: Legal Trends and Case Law Update
2016 has seen active developments in the world of eDiscovery and information governance! What key 2016 decisions and industry developments will affect how you safely manage your organization’s data? What are the practical effects on your compliance efforts or your approaches to meeting discovery and other data-related obligations? Hear from Barnes & Thornburg counsel who use Federal Rule amendments to protect client rights regarding the proportionality standard of Rule 26.
“Jumpstart” Your Approach to eDiscovery and Information Governance
Your company is faced with litigation or a governmental investigation. What do you do next? Learn steps for meeting your eDiscovery obligations through the application of a customizable response outline based upon concepts from The Sedona Conference Jumpstart Tool. The response outline will help you tackle: data preservation, collection and production; meeting Rule 26 obligations; preparing for court conferences; and responding to requests for production in a practical and cost effective manner.
Where: Barnes & Thornburg | 11 S. Meridian St. | Indianapolis, In 46204
- This program is also offered via webinar
When: Wednesday, Dec. 14 at 8 a.m. EST
Questions? Contact Liz Abren at firstname.lastname@example.org or (317) 231-7369.