Ethics of Legal Holds (MCLE)
Do you know your firm's legal ethical duty when it comes to preserving information? Courts are now holding counsel directly responsible for ensuring that their clients issue and maintain proper legal holds, including adequate legal hold notices. Join Women in eDiscovery - Los Angeles and BIA for a review of the ethical implications of those responsibilities and how to ensure compliance with legal hold requirements, including:
- eDiscovery best practices and efficiencies
- Legal holds & the ABA Model Rules
- Legal holds & the FRCP
- Relevant case law
- Best practices for meeting legal hold & data preservation requirements
- Real-world examples & tips
This popular program offers actionable insights to anyone involved with legal holds or eDiscovery, and covers a wide range of best practices for comprehensive and defensible legal hold processes in the event of an actual or anticipated litigation, regulatory investigation or other legal event.
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We are grateful to Kirkland & Ellis for hosting this month's meeting, and to BIA for sponsoring our lunch! Please take a moment to register now to reserve your spot and earn a hard-to-get Ethics credit.
About Our Presenter
Barry Schwartz, Esq., CEDS is Senior Vice President, Advisory Services, at BIA. Barry has over 35 years’ legal and consulting management experience, including practical expertise with FDA matters, and extensive knowledge of the medical device and industrial industries. As a BIA client-facing Senior Advisor, he adds a critical component to client projects by guiding them at a high level to achieve specific project goals, assisting clients in a wide variety of areas, including data retention and management, regulatory compliance, and cybersecurity.
About Our Chapter's Charitable Work
WiE LA proudly supports the Downtown Women’s Center and welcomes donations of your good quality, clean, new or gently used clothing, shoes and handbags or gift cards at our meetings. Thank you for your generosity in helping the only organization in Los Angeles focused exclusively on serving and empowering women experiencing homelessness and formerly-homeless women.