Current E-Discovery Issues

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Thu, 11/10/2011 - 8:30am - 11:30am
1801 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, Ohio 44115 (Moot Court Room) [map]

Speakers:

The Honorable Dan Aaron Polster, Northern District of Ohio
The Honorable James R. Knepp, II, U.S.M.J., Northern District of Ohio
The Honorable Nancy A. Vecchiarelli, U.S.M.J., Northern District of Ohio
Peter Hardin-Levine, Thorman & Hardin-Levine Co., LPA
Ted Hiser, Jones Day
Elizabeth Rader, Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Elizabeth Grove, Lubrizol Corporation
J. Jay McCracken, Cooper Tire & Rubber Company
Scott Kane, Squire Sanders & Dempsey LLP
Timothy M. Opsitnick, JurInnov Ltd.
Brian Ray, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law

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Electronic discovery or "e-discovery" has  emerged as  a significant pre-trial element of civil litigation in state and federal courts that burdens both  courts and litigants.  This half-day conference, co-sponsored with the Cleveland-based e-discovery firm JurInnov,  brings together judges, litigators, corporate counsel and industry experts to discuss many of the pressing issues in e-discovery practice.  

The conference opens with opportunities to tour C|M|LAW's new state-of-the art electronic courtroom followed by an introduction to the current issues and recent e-discovery rulings and a practitioner's roundtable to discuss those issues and cases.  After a short break, several local judges together with industry experts provide a judicial perspective on these same issues.  At the end of the conference participants are invited to join a new Northern Ohio E-Discovery Roundtable that will convene periodically to discuss current trends and practice alternatives.

Please note - Tours of the new trial room will take place from 7:30 to 8:30 am.  The program begins at 8:30 in the Moot Court Room.

Download CLE Materials

Agenda

Mini Conference on Preservation and Sanctions summary

NDOH Appendix K

Judicial Resources CLE Handout

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Legal Holds CLE handout

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CLE credit: 2.75 free hours approved

Category: General, Public Lectures

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