From The Sedona Conference Cooperation Proclamation and the judges across the nation who have endorsed it to the 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, cooperation in e-discovery has become an important consideration in the United States and internationally as well. However, is cooperation in e-discovery even possible in an adversarial system? Even if it is possible, is it practical? How can you cooperate with an adversary? What about transparency in the process? What do other nations think about cooperation in e-discovery and e-disclosure?
Join us for a case study in e-discovery cooperation where e-discovery teams for both plaintiffs and corporate defendants discuss how they used technology and e-discovery workflows to not only conduct e-discovery with cooperation, but do it better, faster, and cheaper. This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.
This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.
David Horrigan - Discovery Counsel and Legal Education Director, Relativity
Kelly Twigger - Principal, ESI Attorneys LLC
Suzanne Clark - Discovery Counsel, eDiscovery Co-Counsel, PLLC
Grainne Bryan - CEO, Legal Technology Solutions, McCann FitzGerald
Chad Roberts - Discovery Counsel, eDiscovery Co-Counsel, PLLC