Our very own, Kelly Twigger, will be one of the presenters at "Law and Practice of Electronic Discovery," an electronic discovery seminar sponsored by the Milwaukee Bar Association, the Eastern District of Wisconsin, and Marquette Law School on November 6, 2008. Topics include litigation holds and the preservation of electronically stored information, responding to requests to produce electronic information, best practices for reviewing electronic information, and ethical issues involved with the inadvertent production of privileged documents. The seminar also includes a mock discovery session offering you the chance to observe lawyers in action as they demonstrate a discovery conference, a motion in limine hearing and the examination of an expert witness on electronic discovery issues.
Discovery of electronically stored information is unavoidable. With more than 90% of records now being created in a digital format, plaintiffs, defendants, and third parties must be knowledgeable about the myriad of legal and technical issues affecting electronic discovery.