Dealing With and Preparing For Electronic Discovery

Event Details


October 21, 2003

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JW Marriott, Buckhead
Atlanta, Georgia
United States of America

Are you aware of Electronic Information issues like these?

Negligent delay in producing e-mails costs Plaintiff $ 92 million.

Failure to preserve e-mail results in sanctions for spoliation of evidence.

Failure to preserve electronic evidence results inadverse jury instructions during trial.

Defendant’s cost of producingelectronic documents triples cost of discovery.

If headlines like these make you nervous, then this seminar is for you.

This half day seminar, presented by experienced litigators with Arnall Golden Gregory LLP and forensic experts with Deloitte & Touche LLP, will help you understand the ins and outs of electronic data discovery and will get you ready long before a complaint is filed. Because when it comes to electronic discovery, it’s better to be proactive instead of reactive.

Event Schedule:

9 to 9:45 am – What You Should Know about Electronic Discovery

Steve Dorvee, Litigation Practice Group Chair of Arnall Golden Gregory LLP

Hidden dangers of electronic data – what information is out there
View from the bench – what judges expect
What your opponent wants and fighting back against unreasonable requests

9:45 to 10:30 am – Practical Management of Electronic Discovery During Litigation

Matt Larson, Manager of Analytic and Forensic Technology, Deloitte & Touche LLP

What to look for in an electronic discovery expert
How to approach cyber sleuthing
Case studies in electronic discovery
10:30 to 10:45 – Break

10:45 to 11:30 am – How to Handle Your Electronic Data

Rick Mitchell, Senior Litigation Associate of Arnall Golden Gregory LLP

Developing a workable document retention and destruction policy
Making litigation easier: Corporate practices and procedures for electronic information

11:30 to Noon – Internal Information Discovery

Tom Aleman, Principal of Analytic and Forensic Technology, Deloitte & Touche LLP

Uncovering corporate fraud using forensic data
Tools and techniques for verifying data
Avoiding securities problems and investigations

Please see PDF file below for more information.