Ethical Considerations in eDiscovery: Rules and Responsibilities

Overview

ON-DEMAND ONLY

This event is now available on-demand. If you have previously registered for this event please click here and login using the email your registered with.

Sponsored by:

 

 

The world of ediscovery is not stagnant; it’s continuously evolving due to the constant influx of innovation and the changes to ethical obligations that arise as a result. To best serve their clients, legal professionals need to stay up-to-date on the latest changes to ethical rules in the world of ediscovery.

 

In this webinar, experts will go over these ethical obligations, court cases where attorneys didn’t meet their obligations, and the impact it had on the cases and/or attorneys directly. More specifically, you’ll learn about:

  • Being competent in ediscovery and technology based on the model rules.
  • Reducing fees by leveraging technology when possible.
  • Preserving ESI and Metadata.
  • Protecting confidentiality and issues surrounding the inadvertent production of privileged information.

REGISTER NOW! (Not able to attend? STILL REGISTER you will receive an email with how to access the recording of the event)

Speakers:

Amanda Cadet | Director of Field Sales | Everlaw Amanda Cadet is a lawyer with 20 years of litigation and eDiscovery experience leading top performing teams globally. Currently a Director of Field Sales at Everlaw, Amanda has served on the Women in eDiscovery board as Assistant Director for the Los Angeles Chapter for two consecutive years

 

Ian Dwyer | Customer Success Associate | Everlaw Ian Dwyer has experience in environmental litigation and litigation support with a particular emphasis in the management of electronic databases and the presentation of trial exhibits and deposition testimony. Prior to joining Everlaw, Ian attended the University of California, Berkeley.

 

*Continuing Education Credits:

CLE credit is approved for this event.*

To qualify:

  • 1.0 CLE Credit will be earned by ALL LIVE ATTENDEES who viewed this event for 50+ minutes.
    • You must attend live.
    • You must view the event for 50+ minutes.
    • You cannot watch the program in a group if you wish to earn CLE credits.
    • If you do choose to watch the event in a group, ensure that you are also logged in on your own personal device, under your log-in credentials, as we will need proof of your attendance. (Though it is highly recommended that you view the event from your own personal device).
  • We have applied for CLE credit in the jurisdictions of NY, NJ, IL, and CA.
    • If you are in NY or NJ, you will need to retain the CLE code which will be announced during the live webcast.
  • If you are not in one of the listed jurisdictions, you may reach out to [email protected] after the live event for a certificate of attendance that you can submit to your CLE board.
  • CLE certificates will not be available until 5 business days after the live event (September 19th) at which time you will receive an email letting you know that your CLE certificate is available to be downloaded.