Attorneys’ Liability Assurance Society (ALAS) publishes article titled “Firm’s Alleged Failure to Properly Advise Client about Preserving Electronic Evidence Leads to Malpractice Claim”
The December 2015 amendments to FRCP 37(e) were designed to bring consistency to when courts find the loss of ESI sanctionable. Has the amendment’s intent to address the “serious problems resulting from the continued exponential growth in the volume of ESI” borne out? Join our distinguished panelists for a discussion of r
The Texas Supreme Court issued a major e-discovery opinion earlier this month, using a discovery dispute between homeowners and their insurer State Farm Lloyds to provide broad guidance for Texas litigants and judges on how to resolve disagreements over the form of production of electronically stored information.
"Illinois Appellate Court cites to Pilot Program Principles in lengthy e-discovery opinion. Carlson v. Jerousek, 2016 Ill. App. (2d) (12/15/2016)
The Seventh Circuit Electronic Discovery Pilot Program invites you to attend this complimentary CLE providing 1 hour of CLE credit (including 0.5 hours ethics credit) which will address the obligations, pitfalls and leading practices associated with implementing and maintaining legal holds.
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Schiff Hardin LLP – Conference Center
233 S. Wacker, Ste. 6600
Chicago, IL 60606