Electronic Discovery Pioneers Share Their Tips – Part 2

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Listen to part 2 of an all star panel providing tips on electronic discovery and on what works in electronic discovery, what’s practical in electronic discovery, and what not to do in electronic discovery cases. This show was recorded on May 30, 2007 by BNA’s Digital Discovery and e-Evidence publication as part of a series of Electronic Discovery audio casts I moderated. It was also a CLE program but we are sorry there are no CLE credits for listening to a previously recorded CLE program. Panelists include Jonathan Redgrave, Esq. a partner at Nixon Peabody in Washington, DC; Neal Rubin, Esq. Director of Litigation with Cisco based in San Jose, California; Joe Kasouf, Esq. with Nationwide Insurance in Columbus, Ohio; Stephanie Mendelsohn, Esq. E-Discovery and Records Management Counsel with Genetech in San Francisco, California; Michael Scott, Esq. with Alcoa in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Cliff Ovadia with IBM in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The show got a little out of sorts as we had some delays with panelists getting to the show do to outside commitments, but the content was still excellent. We covered some legal issues, a bit of records management concerns, and talked a bit about some of the advances in technology which can put a strain on Electronic Discovery. Neal Rubin made some excellent points about not being perfect at unreasonable costs to capture every piece of information, but complying with the law and spending efficiently is what he thinks the goal should be. Listen to this show to learn tips from a diverse panel of electronic records and electronic discovery experts both an in-house perspective, outside counsel perspective, and outside technology consultant perspective.

This show was a follow up to a very successful All-Star Electronic Discovery presentation we did in February 20th of that year. I am still trying to locate a copy of that show to post.

Recorded 05/30/2007

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