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Litigation Specialty Group Meeting-Protecting Work Product in the Age of eDiscovery

  • 16 Feb 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • 1st Floor Training Room US Bancorp Tower, 111 SW 5th Avenue
  • 8

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  • Protecting Work Product in the Age of eDiscovery
    The complexities associated with electronic discovery have caused some courts to revisit the traditional notions underlying the application of the work product doctrine in discovery. With work product rules evolving to keep pace with technological changes, it is essential that lawyers and litigation support professionals understand the current treatment of that doctrine in connection with the discovery process. This program will cover these issues and provide attendees with a better understanding of the following topics:

    • The interplay between the work product doctrine and the duty to preserve electronically stored information
    • The application of the work product doctrine to search methodologies, including keyword searches and predictive coding workflows
    • The extent to which the work product doctrine protects counsel’s review and analysis of discoverable information

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Protecting Work Product in the Age of eDiscovery

The complexities associated with electronic discovery have caused some courts to revisit the traditional notions underlying the application of the work product doctrine in discovery. With work product rules evolving to keep pace with technological changes, it is essential that lawyers and litigation support professionals understand the current treatment of that doctrine in connection with the discovery process. This program will cover these issues and provide attendees with a better understanding of the following topics:

 •             The interplay between the work product doctrine and the duty to preserve electronically stored information

•             The application of the work product doctrine to search methodologies, including keyword searches and predictive coding workflows

•             The extent to which the work product doctrine protects counsel’s review and analysis of discoverable information

Presented by Philip Favro, Driven, Inc.

Philip Favro brings over fifteen years of experience to his position as a discovery and information governance consultant for Driven, Inc. Phil is a thought leader and a legal scholar on issues relating to the discovery process, the confluence of litigation and technology, and information governance. Phil’s expertise has been enhanced by his practice experience as a litigation attorney in which he advised a variety of clients regarding business disputes and complex discovery issues.


****LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED****

***ONE HOUR CLE CREDIT***

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