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Federal rules of procedure: The developing e-discovery landscape

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The proliferation of a digitally connected workspace has undoubtedly allowed for a more collected and collaborative atmosphere for most companies. And while the benefits far outweigh the drawbacks, that doesn’t mean that the advent of digital storage and distribution is free from challenges for legal departments.

For one thing, networked devices and digital storage have the capacity to make the e-discovery process more expensive, time consuming and difficult to manage. Fortunately, recently proposed amendments to e-discovery regualtionis seeking to offer those embroiled in civil litigation more protection over what they need to produce and how they go about doing it.

This news is likely great for your law department, but if you’re not familiar with the goings-on at the federal level, you may need someone to help you navigate this increasingly complex issue.

If you’d like to know more about this topic, join us on Oct. 31 at 1 p.m. ET for the webcast “Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: How Upcoming Changes Will Alter Litigation & eDiscovery Strategies.” During the cast, a group of experts will discuss these complex topics and help you determine what’s right for your operation.

The panel includes: David Cohen, partner and practice group leader for Global Records & E-Discovery Practice Group at Reed Smith LLP; Adrian Tadler, managing partner at Millber LLP; and U.S. Magistrate Judge Craig B. Shaffer. The conversation will be moderated by Brad Harris, VP of legal products at Zapproved. 

The topics discussed will include an exploration of the details behind proposed changes to e-discovery conduct, insights into how federal judges are already thinking about these important issues and how to adjust your current and future litigation strategies and eDiscovery processes in light of proposed FRCP rules changes

E-discovery is sure to change dramatically in the coming years as a direct result of these new rulings. Get a leg up on any surprises by joining this interesting and informative conversation.  

 

 

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Chris DiMarco

Chris DiMarco, Associate Editor of InsideCounsel magazine, has a background in multimedia production with previous involvement in projects in which he developed and created content...

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