The Ethical Minefield of eDiscovery for
Date: Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Time: 11 am PT/ 1 pm CT / 2 pm ET
Presenters: Mary Novacheck, Lori Lofano
The continuing surge in eDiscovery triggers ethical dilemmas that impact every aspect of your relationships with clients, the Court, and opposing counsel. The complexities of eDiscovery, along with the mandated "duty of competence," may leave many attorneys overwhelmed by the challenge of maintaining the required understanding of technology and systems relevant to the matters they handle.
Prepare to navigate the ethical minefield that is conducting eDiscovery in the unique data environment of product manufacturers with our exclusive ethics webinar. Our presenters will help you avoid common ethical pitfalls presented by the unique challenges of eDiscovery, including:
- Metadata in eDiscovery and ethical obligations to the client, the Court, and opposing counsel.
- Ethical duties when selecting, working with, and supervising vendors.
- FRCP 26(g) and the challenge of locating and preserving unique, relevant data.
- Potential issues with employee data subject to litigation holds.