With an updated set of FRCP e-discovery rules, an emergence of new data sources to worry about and an urgency from the court to focus on cooperation in e-discovery activities between opposing sides, the meaning of e-discovery defensibility has dramatically shifted in the past 5 years.
In the second webcast in Exterro’s E-Discovery Masters Series, a panel of experts from DLA Piper and Dentons will outline defensible e-discovery practices and discuss how to comply.
Download the webcast slides and learn:
- What e-discovery defensibility is and how to meet evolving court requirements
- Best practices for choosing practices the increase defensibility but not your e-discovery burden
- Examples of mistakes legal departments are making in e-discovery and how to fix them
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