2018 eDiscovery Key Case Law Review
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DATE RECORDED: Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Stay abreast of ever changing case law in eDiscovery by saving your spot at this webcast that reviews the most impactful case decisions from 2018.
Break through lengthy, off-point opinions and noise around case law decisions with this panel of experts who will outline case facts, detail decisions, and summarize key takeaways.
Join this webcast, which will cover issues courts and litigants are still struggling with, such as:
- Issues pertaining to custody, possession, and control of data
- Changing landscape under new rule 37(e)
- Cross-border discovery
- How to treat social media evidence
Cases to be explored include:
- Klipsch Group vs. Epro E-Commerce
- United States vs Miscrosoft
- Carpenter vs. United States
- Shenwick vs. Twitter
- Firefighers’ Retirement System vs. Citco Group Limited
- And More!
Co-Chair, Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Emerging Technologies Team
Head of Electronic Discovery
As the head of electronic discovery for MasterCard, my role is ensuring preservation, collection and production obligations are met. I have oversight of policies and procedures related to electronic discovery services/activities, including information governance.
As part of the Information Security group in the Operations and Technology LOB, I work in with many other LOBs, including Legal/Compliance, HR, IT and the various business groups.
||Rose J. Jones
Counsel / Dir. E-Discovery PM & Tech, Trial and Global Disputes
King & Spalding
Rose Jones is King & Spalding’s Director of e-Discovery Project Management and Client Services. Her practice focuses on e-discovery management including the development of standard protocols for the various phases of the discovery process. She is a senior member of King & Spalding’s Discovery Center and acts as National Discovery Counsel for large corporations. Rose provides advice and counsel prior to beginning document review to limit the scope and cost of the document review, including protocols/best practices and vendor selection and contract negotiations, as well as early case assessment, key word development and validation.
She works closely with vendors to ensure the consistency and quality of the document review process and work product by developing customized work flow and document organization. Using standard privilege review and logging protocols, Rose manages the preparation of defensible and cost-effective privilege logs.
Norton Rose Fulbright
Sumera Khan is a senior associate in the Houston office where her practice focuses on eDiscovery and information governance and commercial litigation. She has counseled clients in the energy, healthcare, insurance, and pharmaceutical industries on issues arising from antitrust litigation and disputes as well as requests for compliance advice.
Sumera has a diverse practice, which includes deep devotion to representation of clients on a pro bono basis. This work has given her substantial trial and appellate experience, including oral argument to the Fourteenth Court of Appeals and briefing to the Supreme Court of the United States, Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, and Texas Criminal Court of Appeal.
Manager of Thought Leadership
Samantha Green serves as the Manager of Thought Leadership for Epiq. In this capacity she serves as a subject matter expert on all aspects of electronic discovery and data privacy law, drawing on her more than fifteen years of litigation and consulting experience. Samantha has published numerous articles and whitepapers, and has authored chapters for ABA, Inside Counsel and West publications. She has spoken all over the country and provided over a hundred CLEs on topics relating to eDiscovery, litigation readiness, international data privacy, case law among many others.