Tuesday, December 4, is officially “E-Discovery Day” and Reed Smith is doing its part to participate. Join us as we host a free one–hour webinar: “Discovery crossfire: Debating the controversial issues in E-Discovery.”
The program, scheduled for 12-1 p.m. ET, will feature debates on five controversial e-discovery issues:
- Obligations of employers to search employee personal devices for relevant information;
- Defensible data disposal when litigation is pending;
- Responsibility for discovery problems with data stored in the cloud;
- Technology assisted review transparency and cooperation requirements and protocols; and
- Whether requesting parties should be entitled to strong remedies when prejudiced by spoliation of relevant information, where the spoliation resulted from negligence rather than intentional misconduct.
Each issue will be debated by Reed Smith litigators Therese Craparo and Anthony Diana, with the debates moderated by David Cohen, leader of Reed Smith’s Records & E-Discovery (RED) Practice Group. After each issue is debated, participants will have an opportunity to vote on each issue and see the results of the voting of other participants.