e-Discovery: Arbitration in a Digital World

Format: On Demand
Duration: 1 Hour 3 Minutes

About This Webinar

Discovery is the longest and most costly phase of any litigation.  Since the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure made e-discovery a permanent fixture in litigation, attorneys have struggled with whether and how electronic discovery fits into the arbitration process, and there are no specific rules to offer guidance. In recent years, however, counsel has attempted to introduce e-discovery practices into arbitration. During this one-hour CLE webinar, panelists identify unique issues confronting arbitrators and arbitration counsel in dealing with electronically stored information (ESI). The panel will offer best practices for counsel making e-discovery requests during the arbitration process and for arbitrators considering e-discovery requests.

This course is brought to you by the Global Cyber Institute and Thomson Reuters and it is national accredited (get CLE in all 50 states).

Who should attend?

  • Lawyers
  • Insurance executives
  • In-house counsel
  • Business executives
  • Privacy attorneys


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About Law & Forensics

Law & Forensics is a strategic consulting firm with a global presence that assists clients with sensitive and complex electronic discovery, information governance, computer forensic, information security, and privacy issues. With a strong record for getting results, reducing costs, mitigating legal risks, and delivering value, Law & Forensics provides corporations, government agencies, law firms and other legal, business, and technology stakeholders with solutions to address complex litigations, sensitive investigations, and regulatory inquiries.

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