Confirmed Speakers Include:

Honorable Richard Kramer
District of California
Superior Court Judge

Honorable Ronald J. Hedges
District of New Jersey
Former U.S. Magistrate Judge

David Shonka
Principal Deputy General Counsel
Federal Trade Commission

Raja Chatterjee
Global Head, Anti-Corruption Group
Morgan Stanley

Josh Fine
IT Relationship Manager, Advocacy and Oversight Department
TIAA-CREF

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Video

In this exclusive Legal iQ interview featuring Ronald Hedges, former US Magistrate, District of New Jersey, we explore the changing nature of eDiscovery and the contributing case law. We ask Ronald his opinion on the impact of the Duke conference and if he forsee’s any major changes to the federal rules on civil procedure. In an ever evolving legal landscape, we also discuss how social media is affecting the scope of eDiscovery (as seen in the case of McMillen vs Hummingbird Speedway). Case in point: Causal elements in the evolution of eDiscovery
In this exclusive Legal iQ interview featuring Ronald Hedges, former US Magistrate, District of New Jersey, we explore the changing nature of eDiscovery and the contributing case law. We ask Ronald his opinion on the impact of the Duke conference and if he forsee’s any major changes to the federal rules on civil procedure. In an ever evolving legal landscape, we also discuss how social media is affecting the scope of eDiscovery (as seen in the case of McMillen vs Hummingbird Speedway).

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Developing Tactics to Reduce the Complexity and Costs of e-Discovery in a New Regulatory Era

An unprecedented upheaval in financial markets has led to one of the most turbulent periods in corporate history. The Dodd-Frank bill is the most comprehensive legislative overhaul of the financial services industry since the Great Depression, and financial corporations must respond and adapt immediately. Changing technology creates quickly moving targets for corporations to reach. The burden falls on legal, information security, record retention, and IT departments to ensure the best review, retention, and destruction policies and procedures. A successful e-discovery team can mitigate the costs of e-discovery, reduce the volume of extraneous data, and avoid sanctions and other judicially imposed penalties.

Featuring e-Discovery Insights to:

  • Keep costs down while maximizing efficiency.
  • Comply with stricter, more expansive regulations.
  • Implement and adapt to new technologies in order to “future-proof.”
  • Stay out of the headlines for non-compliance or sanctions.

Learn e-Discovery best practices to reduce judicially imposed penalties, save money on inefficient processes and better streamline your e-discovery plan.

eDiscovery for Financial Services Pre-Conference Workshops

  • Workshop A: The Logistics and Benefits of Bringing eDiscovery In-House
  • Workshop B: Preparing a 30(b)(6) Witness
  • Workshop C: How Archiving REALLY Works (from the IT Professionals)

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Earn CLE Credits

You will receive between 8-12 approved credits depending on the state.