There were 889 case law decisions involving proportionality disputes in 2020, which is even more than sanctions disputes last year! So, the need for proportional discovery is greater than ever and that starts with actual collection of ESI. Here is a webinar tomorrow which will discuss targeted, automated and proportional collection for modern eDiscovery!
Tomorrow, join panelists from Relativity, Insight Optix and X1 at 1pm ET when they discuss The Law and Technology of TAP: Targeted, Automated, and Proportional Collection for Modern e-Discovery. During this informative discussion, the panelists will dive into the hot topic of proportionality and the collection of Electronically Stored Information (ESI), as well as will discuss the legal framework of proportionality, including relevant statutes and case law, and legal ethics considerations related to ESI collection. During this webinar, attendees will learn:
- Legal overview of proportionality and collection of data
- Proportionality challenges and recent case law
- Steps and guidelines to operationalizing proportionality
- Legal ethics and collection of data
- Benefits of cloud-based remote collection with an integrated solution
- David Horrigan, Discovery Counsel & Legal Education Director, Relativity
- Greg Evans, Product Manager, Relativity
- John Patzakis, Executive Chairman & CLO, X1
- Mandi Ross, CEO, Insight Optix
Register here to learn about effective ways to operationalize and modernize the eDiscovery data collection process and the benefits of in-place remote collection of distributed data with an integrated solution. Even if you can’t make the webinar, sign-up anyway and they will send you a link to the recorded session. There’s no reason NOT to check it out!
So, what do you think? Are you looking for targeted, automated and proportional collection for discovery? If so, then please attend the webcast! And, please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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