eDiscovery in 2021: Case Law & Technology Tips
Description: The State of eDiscovery has changed over the past couple of years and even more dramatically in the past decade. This CLE will delve into many of the current nuances facing discovery in 2021 through recent case law updates providing technology tips along the way. Specific topics to likely include, but not limited to:
- Legal Hold & Preservation Implementation;
- Data Source Disclosures & Data Forensics and Collections;
- ESI Protocols & Form of Production;
- Protective Orders & Production Delivery;
- Attorney-Client Privilege & Privilege Logs & Threading Considerations.
Trena M. Patton, Esq., CIPM
Epiq | Solutions Architect
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Trena is a solutions architect with Epiq, where she consults with corporations and law firms regarding eDiscovery and information governance. Prior to joining Epiq, Trena was the senior data strategist for Nelson Mullins’ eDiscovery practice group, Encompass. Trena also managed Nelson Mullins’ day-to-day technical discovery operations for the firm and consulted with corporate clients in the areas of preservation, data & culling strategies, technology assisted review, and developing workflows and processes to aid in reducing discovery-related costs and risks. Trena holds a B.S. in Accounting and Finance from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, an M.S. in Accounting from the College of Charleston, and a J.D. from Valparaiso University.
Michael Bigham, Nelson Mullins
Michael Bigham is of counsel who practices in the areas of electronic discovery, information management, business litigation, antitrust litigation, pharmaceutical litigation, and government investigations. Mr. Bigham regularly provides counsel on a variety of electronic discovery and information management issues, including development of defensible strategies for the preservation, collection, and production of electronically stored information; implementation of enterprise-level preservation and search and retrieval technology; and management of large-scale document review projects.
The views and opinions are not necessarily those of the 26th Judicial District Bar.
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