The Sedona Conference® 2012 e-Discovery Year-in-Review

Wednesday, January 23, 2013 - 11:00am to 12:30pm

This 90-minute webinar for litigators, in-house counsel, judges, information management professionals, law faculty and students discusses the key developments in e-Discovery for 2012. An “all-star” panel will discuss important decisions from the state and federal courts, the effect of local pilot projects, and activities on the rulemaking front. Among the significant topics to be covered will be:

The rise of social media discovery: It’s different, and it’s the same
Rule 37(e) is dead. Long live the new Rule 37(e)?
Technology-assisted review: Is the technology tail wagging the litigation dog?
Figuring out cooperation and transparency
Proportionality and cost-shifting: The “sleeper” cases of 2012

Among the significant decisions to be reviewed will be Pippins v. KPMG, Race Tires America, VOOM HD Holdings, Chin v. Port Authority, Apple v. Samsung, Kleen Products, Boeynaems v. LA Fitness, and more.
Moderated by Ken Withers, Director of Judicial Education of The Sedona Conference®, the panel includes United States Magistrate Judge James Francis of the Southern District of New York, the author of several important decisions in the field of electronic data and the law; Thomas Allman, chair emeritus of The Sedona Conference® Working Group 1 and former General Counsel of BASF Corporation; and Cecil Lynn, shareholder and e-Discovey Counsel at Littler Mendelson, former U.S. Department of Justice trial attorney, and an active member of The Sedona Conference® Working Group 1.
The Webinar is offered in conjunction with the release of our compendium of cases on the 2012 Federal Court Decisions Involving Electronic Discovery, which will be distributed to our webinar attendees.
The panel will take your questions by text and telephone during the program.
$79 - Members of The Sedona Conference® Working Group Series
$99 - General Public
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A limited number of free registrations are available to judges and court staff, government offices, and law schools to participate at no cost. These lines are available on a first come-first serve basis upon request by email to [email protected].