eDiscovery Law Update (Proportionality, Sanctions, BYOD) and The Revised Sedona Principles
Our speaker will be Mark Henriques of Womble Carlyle. Mark is a Charlotte-based e-discovery and litigation attorney. He has successfully litigated cases involving fraud, unfair trade practices, class actions, non-compete and non-disclosure agreements, and breach of contract. He has experience in state and federal court in both North and South Carolina. Mark has prevailed in numerous trials, arbitrations and mediations. A member of the Sedona Conference (WG1 - E-Discovery, WG6 - International Electronic Information Management, & WG11 - Data Security and Privacy Liability), the Association of Certified e-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) and the firm's BullDox e-discovery team, Henriques understands the complex legal and cost issues surrounding e-discovery, litigation holds and ESI collection, processing, review and production. As an experienced e-discovery lawyer, he understands how the correct technology (whether in-house or hosted externally with a vendor) can save money and find the "hot" documents that are outcome determinative.
Overflow and event parking is also available to Williams Mullen guests in the Wilmington & Blount Street Public Parking Deck. There are entrances to the deck on both Wilmington Street and Blount Street and you may park on any level. Upon entering the PNC Plaza, please check in with the security desk personnel to be escorted through the portals to the office elevator bank, then proceed to our office lobby on the 17th floor.
Please RSVP by Monday, December 12th.
Lunch will be sponsored by CaseWorks Litigation Services.
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