In 2023, almost 350 billion emails were sent per day. This staggering figure reflects an increasing dependence on digital devices and communication methods that has been accelerated by remote work. Unsurprisingly, eDiscovery, the process by which electronically stored evidence is processed and analyzed in a legal case, has seen a dramatic increase in data processed and the frequency of its use for litigation.
- Attorneys today will want to understand the process of eDiscovery and their obligations with this increasingly essential aspect of litigation, as well as the developments shaping eDiscovery in 2023, and how they can expect it to develop going forward.
In this CLE seminar, our expert panelists begin by providing an overview of eDiscovery and electronically stored information, as well as the process of eDiscovery and the challenges it involves. Our speakers then discuss parties’ obligations for eDiscovery and recent cases, highlighting their relevance in litigation. Our experts conclude by discussing recent developments in eDiscovery, including the effects of remote work and new work technologies, as well as eDiscovery changes on the horizon, including the increased use and roles of artificial intelligence.
Topics covered in this webinar:
- eDiscovery 101
- eDiscovery Obligations
- Developments in eDiscovery
Daniel B. Garrie, Esq. – Founder, Law & Forensics; Neutral, JAMS; Faculty, Harvard
Jennifer Hoekstra – Aylstock, Witkin, Kries & Overholtz PLLC
John Rosenthal – Partner & Chair of eDiscovery and Electronic Information Practice Group, Winston & Strawn LLP
Kevin Brady – Corporate Counsel eDiscovery & RIM, Volkswagen Group of America Inc.
Katherine Charonko – Partner, Bailey & Glasser LLP