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Judicial Advice for Improving Your E-Discovery Practices

Judges don’t feel attorneys have the required knowledge to effectively counsel clients on e-discovery matters. View this on-demand webcast to find out why.

For the third year in a row, according to the 3rd Annual Federal Judges Survey, judges do not feel the typical attorney has required knowledge to effectively counseling clients on e-discovery matters. Judges are imploring legal teams to focus on cooperation and leverage proportionality to help improve e-discovery practices and reduce spend.

Three of the judges who participated in the survey address this and other key survey findings around how to improve your e-discovery practices in 2017 in this on-demand webcast.

Presenters were: 

  • Andrew Peck, United States Magistrate Judge, Southern District of New York
  • Frank Maas, United States Magistrate Judge, Southern District of New York (Ret.)
  • John Facciola, United States Magistrate Judge, District of Columbia (Ret.)