eDiscovery In Practice—Practical ConsiderationsPDF
Smith Moore Leatherwood
300 N. Greene Street, Suite 1400
Greensboro, North Carolina
Kate Gordon Maynard and Pearlynn G. Houck spoke at the North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys Commercial Litigation Group's seminar on eDiscovery In Practice - Practical Considerations. This event was held on Thursday, May 1, 2014 at the offices of Smith Moore Leatherwood in Greensboro.
They will present "Key Early Stage eDiscovery Considerations" and the topic will include:
- Best practices for preparing, distributing, and implementing reasonable (and defensible) legal holds;
- How to learn about relevant electronically stored information from fact witnesses;
- Pointers for addressing eDiscovery issues in case management meetings and court conferences; and
- Tips for documenting your eDiscovery processes to withstand later scrutiny.
For more information or to register for this event, please visit the NCADA website.