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This basic-to-intermediate level seminar is designed for attorneys. E-discovery consultants, paralegals and other litigation support professionals may also benefit.
Discovery Under the New Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
Strategically Apply E-Discovery Changes Under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
The amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) have brought significant changes to e-discovery and litigation strategy. Are you taking full advantage of these changes? Learn how to apply the proportionality standard, new guidelines on spoliation and more to your next case. Our veteran faculty will explain how to adapt your current e-discovery process to make the new FRCP changes work in your daily practice. Register today!
Recognize how the amended rules speed up early stage litigation.
Learn to interpret the new scope of discovery under Rule 26(b).
Prepare for the practical impact of proportionality on your case.
Master new preservation standards and upgrade your use of litigation holds.
Get tips for drafting specific discovery requests and shifting discovery costs.
Avoid ethical pitfalls when collecting and reviewing social media evidence.
Overview of the Amended FRCP: A Look at What's Changed and How 9:00 - 10:00, Written by Prof. Sara Anne Hook.
Presented by Prof. Sara Anne Hookin Indianapolis and John H. Halstead in Merrillville.
Early Case Management 10:00 - 10:45, Written by Prof. Sara Anne Hook. Presented by Prof. Sara Anne Hookin Indianapolis and Gregory M. Bokota in Merrillville.
Rule 4(m): Reduced Time for Service
Rule 16: Scheduling Order Changes
Identifying Discovery Issues Early in Litigation
Direct, Simultaneous Communication in Pretrial Conference
Rule 34: Handling Objections to Requests to Produce
Drafting a Rule 37 Motion to Compel Disclosure or Discovery
Cooperation Between Counsel 11:00 - 12:00, Written by Cari L. Sheehan.
Presented by Cari L. Sheehanin Indianapolis and Stacy Vasilak in Merrillville.
Rule 1: Is Cooperation Mandatory?
Following the Sedona Conference Cooperation Proclamation
How Cooperation Supports Effective Legal Advocacy
Protecting Your Client While Following the Duty to Cooperate with Opposing Counsel
Using the Court's Discretion to Shift Discovery Costs to Your Advantage
Preservation of ESI and Litigation Holds 1:00 - 2:15, Written by Christopher C.T. Stephen. Presented by Christopher C.T. Stephen in Indianapolis and Gregory M. Bokota in Merrillville.
Know Your Client's Data Retention Policy
Learning About Your Opponent's Data System
Addressing ESI Preservation in Scheduling Order
What Triggers a Duty to Preserve?
Using Sedona Guidelines to Determine Reasonable Steps to Preserve
Rule 37(e): Consequences for Failure to Preserve
Following the Common Law Standard to Preserve Data
Identifying and Educating Data Custodians
Tips for Drafting Specific Litigation Holds
Discovery of Litigation Hold Letters
Factors the Court Uses to Evaluate Failure to Preserve
Sanctions and Curative Measures for the Loss of Discoverable Data
Advising Clients on Document Retention and Destruction Policies
Rule 26 Changes 2:15 - 3:15, Written by Christopher C.T. Stephen. Presented by Christopher C.T. Stephen in Indianapolis and John H. Halstead in Merrillville.
Understanding the New Scope of Discovery under Rule 26(b)
Preparing for a Rule 26(f) Conference
Elimination of Subject-Matter Discovery
Removal of "Reasonably Calculated" Standard
When the Court will Limit Discovery
Using Protective Orders to Allocate Discovery Expenses
Drafting a Required Discovery Plan
Rule 26(f)(3)(C): ESI Discovery Plan
Ethics 3:30 - 4:30, Written by Cari L. Sheehan. Presented by Cari L. Sheehanin Indianapolis and Stacy Vasilak in Merrillville.