During this information-packed session our expert panel will present strategies for preserving, obtaining, and protecting sensitive employee information during litigation, and best practices for records and information management affected by the FRCP amendments.
- The latest amendments to FRCP on scope and ESI
- How rule changes effect eDiscovery practices in employment litigation
- Proactive measures that counsel should take in light of FRCP amendments
- Proven eDiscovery approaches that cost less and follow new rules
- eDiscovery challenges and best practices in employment litigation
- Key considerations when weighing the factors for assessing proportionality
- Real-life advice on issuing and responding to litigation holds
- Key preservation lessons to be learned from recent court cases
- Technology-assisted review tools that are most likely to be accepted by courts
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Patricia E. Antezana
Counsel, Reed Smith LLP
Patricia focuses her practice on general litigation, including commercial matters, business torts and product liability defense, with a specialty in managing e-discovery issues.
Patricia has been involved with all phases of litigation, including management of large-scale discovery, dispositive motions, trial preparation and alternative dispute resolution. She has coordinated electronic and hard copy record collection and managed large-scale review projects in numerous complex litigation matters.
Steven C. Bennett
Partner, Park Jensen Bennett LLP
Steven C. Bennett's practice focuses on complex domestic and international commercial litigation and arbitration, including bankruptcy, construction, corporate governance, data security, energy, privacy, real estate and other matters. Mr. Bennett gained extensive trial experience during six years at the Office of the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, where he served as Chief of the Tax and Bankruptcy Unit, and nearly twenty years as a partner in a major international law firm.
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