Please plan to join us for a delicious lunch and get your first CLE credits of 2018 as Chad Main takes an updated look the 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which placed renewed emphasis on discovery "proportionality." The amendments have been in place for two years now and courts across the country have weighed in on discovery proportionality under the amended rules, so this one hour CLE presentation will review some of those decisions and discuss how courts are applying principles of proportionality in practice.
Chad Main is an attorney and the founder of Percipient, a legal technology and services company helping clients tackle legal operations, legal processes and electronic document review. Percipient handles all aspects of legal document review projects including collection, review, analysis and production. Prior to founding Percipient, Chad worked for fourteen years as a litigator in both Los Angeles and Chicago. He is a frequent lecturer on ediscovery and legal technology
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