eDiscovery Ethics: Avoid Sanctions and Other Pitfalls


eDiscovery Ethics: Avoid Sanctions and Other Pitfalls

About This Webinar

Overview of the Seminar

Dive into the intricate world of eDiscovery with our cutting-edge seminar, “eDiscovery Ethics: Avoid Sanctions and Other Pitfalls.” This course illuminates the complexities of managing electronic data, offering key insights into potential issues and ethical considerations that can arise during the eDiscovery process.

Why Choose to Take the Seminar

In an era where digital data is omnipresent, understanding eDiscovery is no longer optional—it’s essential. This seminar is your gateway to mastering eDiscovery ethics, helping you avoid sanctions and other pitfalls that could jeopardize your legal practice.

What You Will Learn from the Seminar

In this seminar, our expert panelists begin by reviewing what eDiscovery and electronically stored information (ESI) are, as well as why they are critical to litigations. Next, our speakers introduce some of the potential eDiscovery issues attorneys can face, the ethical considerations they raise, and the key legal ethics rules they challenge. Our panelists then dive into recent eDiscovery ethics cases, providing you with real-world examples of challenges and solutions. Finally, our experts highlight best practices to sidestep the ethical pitfalls of eDiscovery, ensuring your practice remains compliant and resilient.

Who Should Take the Seminar

This seminar is designed for lawyers seeking to enhance their digital literacy and ethical competence in eDiscovery. Whether you’re a seasoned attorney or a budding legal professional, this course will empower you to navigate the digital landscape with confidence and integrity.


  • Daniel B. Garrie, Esq.
    • Founder, Law & Forensics
    • Neutral, JAMS
    • Faculty, Harvard University
  • Judge Reva Goetz (Ret.)
    • Mediator, Arbitrator & Discovery Referee, JAMS
  • Katherine Charonko
    • Partner and ESI Practice Group Leader, Bailey & Glasser

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