Our monthly education and lunch meeting is scheduled for Thursday, October 17, 2019. You don't want to miss this one!
Our topic is: California eDiscovery is changing and it’s not gonna be easy!
On August 30, 2019, the Governor of California signed into law Senate Bill No. 370. This change now requires that all documents produced in California state litigation must, “be identified with the specific request number to which the documents respond.” Though the change doesn’t take effect until January 1, 2020, procedural rules don’t grandfather in existing litigation. So, things are going to change on day one, and you need to be ready. This new rule will up-end California’s eDiscovery industry and change the way attorneys, paralegals and staff *do* document review and production. In this presentation, we will talk about the good, bad and ugly…very ugly…ways that you can comply with this change. We will be talking doc review organization, endorsements, designations, cross-references, and the very scary traps and pitfalls of this new rule. Be ahead of the game and be ready for this January 1, 2020 change by joining us for this very important hour.
Presented by: Kyre Stucklin, Practice Support Manager, Rutan & Tucker, LLP
Thank you to:
Kyre Stucklin for being our presenter, Rutan & Tucker, LLP for being our location sponsor; and Greg Stesiak, Director of eDiscovery Sales at XACT DATA DISCOVERY for being our lunch sponsor.
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There is no cost to attend this meeting or for lunch, and parking is free.
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