How to Reduce Cost & Minimize Risk for Litigation, Plus Best Practices from the Judiciary


On-demand Webcast

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In today’s rapidly changing digital environment, corporate legal teams must have a plan for reviewing information related to litigation and compliance requirements in a defensible and efficient manner. What if you knew what the federal judiciary thinks are defensible and efficient litigation best practices?

Join this webcast to learn empowering insights from new research a panel of experts will reveal to help you create this plan. It includes insights from corporate counsel, paralegals, and the judiciary. You’ll also learn:

  • What the federal judiciary thinks are defensible & efficient litigation best practices.
  • How to balance cost vs. risk within discovery.
  • Areas to identify to streamline your e-discovery practices at your organization.
  • How to negotiate proportional discovery parameters to save your organization time & money.
  • How to avoid e-discovery court sanctions the next you or your outside counsel is in court.
  • How to effectively work with outside counsel to ensure you’re accurately represented throughout the e-discovery process

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David Yerich| Director of eDiscovery | UnitedHealth Group
David R. Cohen| Partner | Reed Smith

David is chair of our Records & E-Discovery Group. He has 30 years of commercial litigation experience in a variety of subject matters. David serves as special e-discovery counsel in many cases, represents companies in complex litigation matters, and also counsels clients on records management and litigation readiness issues.

Judge Kimberly C. Priest Johnson| Magistrate Judge | United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas

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