Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(f) requires parties to Meet and Confer in order to negotiate the terms of eDiscovery: what data will be disclosed, what format will be used when discoverable materials are produced to the other side, what the time lines are and other issues that go to the very heart of discovery.
The "Meet and Confer" is an important event early on in litigation, but is one for which many attorneys are often not prepared. Many attorneys struggle to meet both the requirements of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the expectations of judges. While the Meet and Confer continues to be a challenge for many attorneys, it doesn't have to be that way!
Women in eDiscovery invites you to join us for a lively, focused CLE presentation by two experts in this area--Debbie Reynolds and Jeff Salling. Their team presentation will be chock full of practical tips to put you on the road to a more successful Meet and Confer. Don’t miss this chance to be better prepared and help lower risks and costs for your clients as well as improve litigation work flow from the start to the finish of litigation.
Debbie Reynolds is Director of EimerStahl Discovery Solutions llc, as well as an Adjunct Professor at the Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies with a focus on Legal Project Management. Ms. Reynolds is a recognized global thought leader in the eDiscovery, and Legal Technology industries. Ms. Reynolds has more than 20 years of experience in the operations and implementation of eDiscovery and litigation services and is a frequent speaker at and contributor to legal technology industry conferences. Ms. Reynolds is also a chapter author for the 2016 Thomson Reuters edition “eDiscovery for Corporate Counsel.”
Jeff Salling, Esq. is eDiscovery Counsel & Director of Business Development at Complete Discovery Source (CDS). Mr. Salling is also an Adjunct Professor at John Marshall Law School. Mr. Salling is an expert on the topic of eDiscovery with hands-on experience managing large-scale, challenging matters—such experience gives him a unique perspective on technology and best practices in handling electronically stored information. In his courses at John Marshall Law School, he specializes in providing students with instruction featuring "practice-ready" knowledge and skills.
Luncheon Provided by Complete Discovery Source (CDS)
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