ACTUAL FACTS that you need to know about eDiscovery in 2017
Attorneys/Co-authors of the recently published, Minnesota CLE E-Discovery Desk Book will share the latest developments in case law and federal rules governing eDiscovery, including best practice strategies in managing data and conducting effective and efficient discovery for your clients and case teams.
Based on real case scenarios, you will learn best practice tips and when and how to engage the appropriate resources to arm you with cutting edge strategies to become the trusted advisor and eDiscovery expert on your team.
1 CLE credit will be applied for in Minnesota.
Please RSVP by 4/11/2017. If unsure you can attend, please respond with "Maybe."
Barbara Klas is a Consultant and Director of Account Management at Casepoint LLC. Barbara leads national business development strategy, consulting and client services support based in Casepoint’s Minneapolis/St.Paul office. She supports national corporate and law firm clients with litigation management, electronic discovery, technology and consulting services.
Heidi Fessler is of counsel in Barnes & Thornburg’s Minneapolis office and a member of the Litigation department and the eDiscovery, Data and Document Management Practice Group. Ms. Fessler concentrates her practice on discovery and data related issues, cyber and data security, and internal investigation services. Ms. Fessler also acts as designated national discovery counsel for a large healthcare organization where she works with the organization, external merits counsel and in-house counsel to create defensible, cost-effective discovery practices.
Jenna Perrin is Corporate Counsel, eDiscovery and Records Management at TCF Bank, where she manages multiple active matters by issuing and monitoring legal holds, and preserving, collecting and processing data using Guidance EnCase eDiscovery. She works with outside counsel and internal resources to comply with pending and active litigation and regulatory investigations. Jenna governs the Records Management program, which provides guidance for the retention and destruction of documents and data according to legal requirements and business need.
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