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3rd Annual Federal Judges Survey

E-Discovery Advice for Becoming a Better Attorney

28 Page Report Analyzing Responses From 22 Judges

Cooperation and Education

The Keys to E-Discovery Competency

For the third year in a row, federal judges do not feel the typical attorney has the required knowledge to be effectively counseling clients on e-discovery matters. Download this report to get e-discovery advice for improving your e-discovery practices including analysis on:

  • How to cooperate effectively to reduce e-discovery costs
  • What “reasonable steps” are and how to create defensible preservation practices
  • The future impact of the new FRCP e-discovery rules preservation practices
2017 federal judges survey on e-discovery

Expert Commentary

Learn how e-discovery thought leaders interpret the results

Hon. John Facciola (Ret.)
US Magistrate Judge
District of Columbia

Hon. Frank Maas (Ret.)
US Magistrate Judge
Southern District of New York

David Yerich, Esq.
Director of E-Discovery
UnitedHealth Group

Mary Mack, Esq.
Executive Director
ACEDS

Carolyn Southerland, Esq.
Managing Director
Morae Legal

Geoffrey Klingsporn, Esq.
Sr. Assistant Attorney
City and County of Denver

Download the 3rd Annual Federal Judges Survey report to learn how to improve your e-discovery practices.