Webinar seeks to untangle the implications of FRCP on e-discovery

Changes will be sweeping and require the understanding of your legal department

The ediscovery process is already a headache for companies facing litigation. For one thing, networked devices and digital storage have the capacity to make the e-discovery process as it currently stands more expensive, time consuming and difficult to manage.

But pending changes to the Federal Rules on Civil Procedure aim to streamline this process, and when it does there will undoubtedly be a learning curve that comes along with new rules and regulations. New regulations are designed to boost cooperation amongst litigants and improve rules surrounding the preservation of data information. Both sides of a case could potentially gain from these changes, but they’ll need to understand them first.

Fortunately for those starting to feel nervous about these changes, an interactive webcast, sponsored by Globanet, hopes to put questions to bed and give listeners a better understanding of the issues at their heart.

Offering a number of data migration and ediscovery services, Globanet has unique perspective into the space, and has amassed a group of experts to discuss the impact of the newly proposed amendments to the federal rules of civil procedure.

The event will feature Brooke Wells of the U.S. District Court for Utah; Shawn Cheadle, general counsel of Military Space at Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co.; Anne Kershaw, co-owner and managing director of Knowledge Strategy Solutions LLC; and Philip Favro, litigation counsel, as they spotlight key FRCP changes, their implications on the ediscovery process, and the role of technology in addressing these changes.

Listeners can look forward to tuning into a conversation between each of the speakers, as well as an opportunity to ask questions.

The webinar will take place on Thursday Jan. 16; interested parties can sign up for the event here.

Managing Editor

author image

Chris DiMarco

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

Bio and more articles

Join the Conversation

Advertisement. Closing in 15 seconds.