GeorgetownCLE: INSTITUTE Your Authoritative Legal Resource from the Nation’s Capital In Cooperation with the Federal Judicial Center The 3rd Annual Advanced E-Discovery Institute: A Practical Guide to Implementation of the New Federal Rules Thursday-Friday, November 16-17, 2006 Georgetown University Law Center • Washington, DC 12.0 CLE credit hours (for states based on a 60 minute hour, incl. 1.0 hour of legal ethics) 14.0 CLE credit hours (for states based on a 50 minute hour, incl. 1.0 hour of legal ethics) L P E-Discovery 101: Introduction IA HO ECS to the Technology of Electronically SP RK Stored Information O W Wednesday, November 15, 2006 Details Inside! IAL OP E-Discovery 101: ECKSH Introduction to the Technology SP R of Electronically Stored Information O W Wednesday, November 15, 2006 Georgetown University Law Center • Washington, DC 5.5 CLE credit hours (60 minute hour) 6.5 CLE credit hours (50 minute hour) - What is ESI? I 11:45 am-12:15 pm Agenda - How is ESI different from “traditional” information -- what we used to call Box Lunch Sponsored by AlphaLit documents? I 8:15-8:45 am - Types of Electronically Stored Information I 12:15-1:00 pm Registration & Continental Breakfast - How is ESI actually stored electronically? - Components to an electronic document Lunch Presentation: The Judicial Sponsored by Stratify, Inc. - Where is ESI stored? Viewpoint on Technology and E-Discovery - Special issues Hon. John M. Facciola I 8:45-9:00 am Introduction I 1:00-1:15 pm Hon. Ronald J. Hedges I 10:15-10:45 am Networking Break Networking Break - What is ESI? Sponsored by Stratify, Inc. I 1:15-1:45 pm - What is electronic discovery? (Overview of how technology changes I 10:45-11:45 am Collection discovery) Preservation Panelists: Adam I. Cohen - Goals and objectives of workshop Panelists: Hon. Ronald J. Hedges Quintin Gregor Matthew I. Cohen Jonathan M. Redgrave I 9:00-10:15 am Carmen Oveissi Field - Global issues in collection Enough Technology to Be Dangerous - Preservation obligations - Developing a collection plan Panelists: Craig D. Ball - Preservation challenges - Methods of collection John J. Rosenthal - Developing preservation protocols – - Preserving integrity of the native Timothy M. Opsitnick program and plan document and its associated metadata George Rudoy - Legal hold notices - communicating legal holds as it relates to technology - Methods of data preservation - Special cases Why You Should Attend These are the questions that include the core concepts and are addressed by this program: Although both litigators and practice support specialists are 1. What is Electronically Stored Information (ESI)? compelled by the potential of dire consequences to seek a greater 2. How do we use technology to best PRESERVE ESI? level of sophistication in E-discovery technical procedures and 3. How do we use technology to best PROCESS ESI? implementing technology, often the more sophistication one attempts 4. How do we use technology to best REVIEW ESI? to acquire, the more one is likely to be afflicted by confusion. 5. How do we use technology to best PRODUCE ESI? The goal of the one-day workshop is to provide attendees with a 6. What does the immediate future hold for all these ESI technologies? solid understanding of core concepts of E-discovery technology The responses to these foundational questions comprise the critical necessary for the practical application of E-discovery rules and E-discovery foundation. We sincerely believe that as presented by our practices. The workshop is unique among the many E-discovery all-star faculty, E-discovery 101 is the essential Electronic Discovery Primer. seminars currently conducted across the United States. I 1:45-2:15 pm Processing Panelists: Donnie L. Kidd, Jr. Speakers Kenneth Marchese - What is data processing? - Data processing methodologies Craig D. Ball Mark E. Michels - Role format of production plays Law Offices of Craig D. Ball, P.C. Cisco Systems, Inc. in processing Austin, TX San Jose, CA - Qualifying vendors - Maintaining data integrity Adam I. Cohen Patrick Oot - Deduplication FTI Consulting, Inc. Verizon Communications - Exception reports New York, NY Arlington, VA - Treatment of specific file types Matthew I. Cohen Timothy M. Opsitnick I 2:15-3:00 pm Alix Partners LLC JurInnov Ltd. Review New York, NY Westlake, OH Panelists: Sherry B. Harris Herbert L. Roitblatt Hon. John M. Facciola Carmen Oveissi Field U.S. District Court, Daylight Forensic & Advisory LLC - Review tools District of Columbia New York, NY - Review methodology Washington, DC - Information retrieval technologies Jonathan M. Redgrave available for review Quintin Gregor Redgrave Daley Ragan & Wagner LLP - Planning and implementing the LECG, LLC Washington, DC review process Atlanta, GA - Staffing considerations and options Herbert L. Roitblat, Ph.D. - Evaluating the review process Sherry B. Harris OrcaTec LLC - Techniques to identify and manage Hunton & Williams LLP Ojai, CA privileged documents Richmond, VA - Privilege John J. Rosenthal Hon. Ronald J. Hedges Howrey LLP U.S. District Court, Washington, DC I 3:00-3:15 pm District of New Jersey Networking Break Newark, NJ Sponsored by Stratify, Inc. George Rudoy Shearman & Sterling LLP Martin J. Jaron, Jr. New York, NY I 3:15-3:45 pm Holland & Knight LLP Production McLean, VA Steven Shankroff Panelists: Mark E. Michels Legal Technology Steven V. Shankroff Donnie L. Kidd, Jr. Global Operations Manager Squire, Sanders & Dempsey L.L.P. Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP - Strategic issues in production Tysons Corner, VA New York, NY - Redaction - Forms of production Kenneth Marchese George J. Socha, Jr. Capital Legal Solutions, LLC Socha Consulting LLC I 3:45-4:30 pm Falls Church, VA St. Paul, MN Other issues Panelists: Martin J. Jaron, Jr. Patrick Oot George J. Socha, Jr. - Controlling and allocating costs - Internal resources v. outside vendor About Georgetown CLE - Experts Georgetown CLE has established a thirty-year tradition - Future Trends providing the legal community high quality programs. Our I 4:30-4:45 pm programs are developed with the profession’s ever-changing Closing Remarks needs in mind, while at the same time meeting the mandatory I 4:45 pm CLE requirements of various state bars. Located in the heart Adjournment of the nation’s capital, we feature the country’s leading officials, judges and practitioners. Agenda Advanced E-Discovery Institute - Who needs to know what about the I 2:15-3:30 pm 12.0 CLE credit hours (for states electronic information system before the What to Do When Litigation Starts: based on a 60 minute hour, incl. case starts and why Preservation Issues, Initial Disclosures - How the new FRCP require a reevaluation 1.0 hour of legal ethics) and the Initial Conference of information management policies and Moderator: Hon. John L. Carroll 14.0 CLE credit hours (for states procedures and in what respects Panelists: Matthew I. Cohen based on a 50 minute hour, incl. - The role of e-mail archiving and other Conor R. Crowley archiving tools 1.0 hour of legal ethics) Ann Kershaw Mark V. Reichenbach I 12:00-12:15 pm David Schieferstein Box Lunch Thursday, November 16 Sponsored by FTI Ringtail - What triggers a duty to preserve electronically stored information I 12:15-1:00 pm - How widely does the preservation net I 8:00-8:30 am need to be cast and does this evaluation Managing the E-Discovery Process Registration and Continental Breakfast Moderator: Adam I. Cohen change at different stages of the litigation Sponsored by Attenex Corporation Panelists: Thomas I. Barnett - Best practices for implementing and Sherry B. Harris updating litigation hold notices I 8:30-8:45 am Laura M. Kibbe - What details about ESI do you need Welcome and Introduction for initial disclosures - Assembling the right mix of expertise - Determining reasonable timeframes for I 8:45-9:30 am for the E-discovery team case scheduling when dealing with - Evaluating the real cost of E-discovery uncertain but large volumes of Keynote Address: The New Federal Rules – - Should you buy or rent your technology electronic information What They Mean for Electronic Discovery - - Where are the minefields to avoid - Reasonable and unreasonable meet and Rationalization or Transformation confer positions and how to convince Hon. Lee H. Rosenthal I 1:00-1:15 pm the judge I 9:30-9:45 am Networking Break I 3:30-3:45 pm Networking Break I 1:15-2:00 pm Networking Break Sponsored by Attenex Corporation Sponsored by Attenex Corporation Strategic Planning for E-Discovery I 9:45-10:45 am in a Changing Environment Moderator: Carol L. Eoannou I 3:45-5:00 pm Key Developments in the Case Law Over Panelists: Michael A. Clark The Preservation Problem: Sanctions the Past Year and Trends Going Forward George J. Socha, Jr. Moderator: Jonathan M. Redgrave Moderator: Hon. Ronald J. Hedges Christopher D. Wall Panelists: Hon. Lee H. Rosenthal Panelists: Michael R. Arkfeld Mark E. Michels Adam I. Cohen Patrick Oot Brent E. Kidwell - An overview of the E-discovery John J. Rosenthal market place Ariana J. Tadler I 10:45 am-12:00 pm - The emerging view of E-discovery from the Litigation Readiness under law department and corporate boardroom - The limits of the Rule 37 “safe harbor” the New Federal Rules - New trends in the automation of the - Full disclosure: Counsel’s manual for Moderator: Craig D. Ball E-discovery process addressing what every client needs to Panelists: Woods Abbott - Best investments in girding the client know about the “safe harbor” Thomas Y. Allman and law firm for E-discovery battle - How do you determine “exceptional Deidre Paknad circumstances” Bill R. Schiefelbein - What does good faith mean in the I 2:00-2:15 pm litigation hold context Networking Break - Where does backup tape recycling Sponsored by Attenex Corporation fit within the “safe harbor” A. E-Discovery in Regulatory Investigations I 2:00-2:15 pm I 5:00-6:00 pm Networking Break Panelists: David M. Boyhan Networking Cocktail Reception Sponsored by ieDiscovery, Inc. David M. Brodsky Sponsored by Capital Legal Solutions LLC David C. Shonka David W. Wetmore I 2:15-3:15 pm Friday, November 17 Producing Electronically Stored Information Moderator: Robert A. Eisenberg - Negotiating E-discovery production parameters with the regulators Panelists: Hon. Paul W. Grimm I 8:30-9:00 am - Marshalling know-how and technology Hon. David J. Waxse Continental Breakfast in meeting stringent deadlines Khizr M. Khan Sponsored by ieDiscovery, Inc. - Anticipating civil litigation in the Joseph Looby E-discovery response to regulatory I 9:00-10:15 am inquiries and prosecution - Format issues under the new rules Use of Traditional Discovery Mechanisms - Proactive measures in anticipation of - What to do about metadata to Pursue E-Discovery: Interrogatories, regulatory inquiry or action - Avoiding inadvertent waiver Document Requests and the 30(b)(6) - Privilege logs longer than War and Peace Deposition B. E-Discovery from the Government - Advantages and pitfalls of native Moderator: Dan Regard format production Panelists: Hon. John M. Facciola Panelists: Hon. Nan R. Nolan Jason R. Baron Mark L. Austrian Theodore C. Hirt I 3:15-4:15 pm Monica W. Latin Rachel Spector Evidentiary Admissibility Issues – Now That James L. Michalowicz You’ve Got It, How Are You Going to Use It Thomas Skelly - Significance of the E-Government Act Moderator: David J. Lender - Application of the Federal Records Act Panelists: Hon. Kent A. Jordan - Dealing with the two tiers of accessibility and agency retention regulations Michael E. Lackey, Jr. under the new FRCP - The United States as depository of - Responding to interrogatories with information; the United States as a “person” - Evidentiary hurdles confronting different electronically stored information subject to subpoena and the Touhy types of electronic evidence - When and how to use sampling regulations - Dealing with authentication issues - Identifying and preparing the - FOIA and Privacy Act considerations when - Hearsay exceptions and admissibility right 30(b)(6) deponent litigating against the United States of e-mail - Privilege waiver and confidentiality I 10:15-10:45 am agreements with the United States during I 4:15-5:00 pm Networking Break government investigations Judicial Wrap Up – Hear From the Sponsored by ieDiscovery, Inc. Judges About What the Changes C. E-Discovery in the Criminal Context to the Rules Will Mean to You I 10:45-11:30 am Panelists: Hon. Joseph R. Slights, III Moderator: Hon. Lee H. Rosenthal Collecting Electronically Stored Information Gary DiBianco Panelists: Hon. John M. Facciola Moderator: Martin J. Jaron, Jr. Peter S. Spivack Hon. Paul W. Grimm Panelists: Lee Curtis Hon. Ronald J. Hedges Kevin Esposito - Government expectations of preservation Hon. Kent A. Jordan Eric M. Friedberg and collection in criminal investigations Hon. Nan R. Nolan Paul M. Robertson - Managing preservation, collection and review to preserve chain of custody I 5:00 pm - How to assess the appropriate scope and authenticity Adjournment of collection - Forensic collection and analysis in - Will collection practices be impacted criminal investigations by the new FRCP - Collection of information in international - When is forensic collection necessary & investigations: navigating international best practices in executing a forensic data privacy statutes 2006 Patrons: collection - Using internal or external resources or data I 12:45-1:00 pm harvesting: When are client’s resources Networking Break Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz LLP adequate to harvest data and when should client seek outside aid I 1:00-2:00 pm Holland & Knight LLP - Special issues associated with electronic information stored outside the Ethical Issues in E-Discovery Hunton & Williams LLP United States Moderator: Kevin F. Brady Panelists: Hon. Paul W. Grimm LECG, LLC Hon. Ronald J. Hedges I 11:30-11:45 am Box Lunch Hon. David J. Waxse Philip Morris USA Professor Daniel J. Capra Sponsored by Ernst & Young, LLP Pike & Fischer, Inc. - Privilege review and waiver – I 11:45 am-12:45 pm Proposed FRE 502 Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, LLP Breakout Sessions - Proposed changes to FRCP 26(b)(5) - Mining metadata and embedded data Verizon Communications - Role and ethical obligations of counsel Laura M. Kibbe John J. Rosenthal Speakers Managing Director, Discovery Response Team Pfizer, Inc. Howrey LLP Washington, DC Hon. Lee H. Rosenthal New York, NY District Judge Donnie L. Kidd, Jr. U.S. District Court, Program Chairs: Matthew I. Cohen Alix Partners LLC Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, LLP Southern District of Texas Tysons Corner, VA Houston, TX Kevin F. Brady New York, NY Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz LLP Brent E. Kidwell George Rudoy Wilmington, DE Conor R. Crowley Jenner & Block LLP Global Manager Labaton Sucharow & Rudoff LLP Chicago, IL Practice Technology Support Robert A. Eisenberg New York, NY Shearman & Sterling LLP Vice-President, E-discovery Consulting Michael E. Lackey, Jr. Lee Curtis New York, NY Capital Legal Solutions, LLC Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw LLP Falls Church, VA Managing Director Washington, DC Hon. Shira A. Scheindlin High Tech Investigations and IT Consulting District Judge Hon. John M. Facciola AON Corporation Monica W. Latin U.S. District Court, Magistrate Judge Los Angeles, CA Carrington, Coleman, Sloman & Southern District of NY U.S. District Court, District of Columbia Blumenthal, L.L.P. M. James Daley New York, NY Washington, DC Dallas, TX Redgrave Daley Ragan & Wagner LLP Jonathan M. Redgrave Kansas City, MO David J. Lender Bill R. Schiefelbein Redgrave Daley Ragan & Wagner LLP Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP LECG, LLC Washington, DC Gary DiBianco New York, NY Washington, DC Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP Washington, DC Joseph Looby David Schieferstein Advisory Board & Carol L. Eoannou FTI Consulting, Inc. Counsel, Records Management & New York, NY E-Discovery Support Faculty Members: Managing Editor, Philip Morris USA "Digital Discovery & e-Evidence" James L. Michalowicz Richmond, VA Woods Abbott Altman Weil, Inc. Pike & Fischer, Inc. Senior Manager of Legal Operations Newtown Square, PA Hon. Randall T. Shepard Silver Spring, MD Raytheon Company, Waltham, MA Chief Justice Kevin Esposito Mark E. Michels Indiana Supreme Court Thomas Y. Allman Dispute Resolution Manager Director, Electronic Discovery Indianapolis, IN Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw LLP Cisco Systems, Inc. Pfizer, Inc. Chicago, IL San Jose, CA David C. Shonka Morris Plains, NJ Michael R. Arkfeld Federal Trade Commission Craig Freeman Hon. Nan R. Nolan Washington, DC Arkfeld & Associates Magistrate Judge President & Chief Executive Officer Phoenix, AZ U.S. District Court, Thomas Skelly Amici, LLC Mark L. Austrian New Albany, NY Northern District of Illinois Director of Practice Information Services Kelley Drye Collier Shannon Chicago, IL Covington & Burling LLP Eric M. Friedberg Washington, DC Washington, DC Patrick Oot Stroz Friedberg, LLC Craig D. Ball New York, NY Director of Electronic Discovery and Hon. Joseph R. Slights, III Law Offices of Craig D. Ball, P.C. Senior Counsel Superior Court of the State of Delaware Hon. Paul W. Grimm Verizon Communications Wilmington, DE Austin, TX Magistrate Judge Arlington, VA Thomas I. Barnett U.S. District Court, District of Maryland George J. Socha, Jr. Sullivan & Cromwell LLP Baltimore, MD Timothy M. Opsitnick Socha Consulting LLC New York, NY Senior Partner and General Counsel St. Paul, MN Sherry B. Harris JurInnov Ltd. Jason R. Baron Senior Case Management Specialist Rachel Spector Westlake, OH Director of Litigation, Hunton & Williams LLP U.S. Department of the Interior Office of the General Counsel Richmond, VA Carmen Oveissi Field Washington, DC National Archives Daylight Forensic & Advisory LLC Hon. Nathan L. Hecht Peter S. Spivack and Records Administration New York, NY Justice, Texas Supreme Court Hogan & Hartson L.L.P. College Park, MD Deidre Paknad Washington, DC Austin, TX David M. Boyhan President & CEO Hon. Ronald J. Hedges Ariana J. Tadler Director- Email Discovery PSS Systems Magistrate Judge Milberg Weiss Bershad & Schulman LLP Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. Mountain View, CA U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey New York, NY New York City, NY Dan Regard Newark, NJ Ellen Voorhees David M. Brodsky Managing Director Theodore C. Hirt National Institute of Latham & Watkins LLP LECG, LLC Assistant Director, Standards & Technology New York, NY Washington, DC Federal Programs Branch, Civil Division Gaithersburg, MD Prof. Daniel J. Capra U.S. Department of Justice Mark V. Reichenbach Lori Ann Wagner Philip D. Reed Professor of Law Washington, DC Office of the General Counsel Redgrave Daley Ragan & Wagner LLP Fordham University School of Law Merrill Lynch & Co, Inc. Martin J. Jaron, Jr. Minneapolis, MN New York, NY New York, NY Holland & Knight LLP Christopher D. Wall Hon. John L. Carroll McLean, VA Jeffrey B. Ritter Legal Consultant Dean and Ethel P. Malugen Professor of Law Director Hon. Kent A. Jordan Kroll Ontrack Inc. Cumberland School of Law Waters Edge Consulting District Judge Washington, DC Birmingham, AL Reston, VA U.S. District Court, District of Delaware Hon. David J. Waxse Michael A. Clark Wilmington, DE Paul M. 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Attention Mail Room: If the individual whose name is on the label is no longer employed, please forward this material to the successor. Who Will Be Attending GeorgetownCLE: INSTITUTE The 3rd Annual Federal judges State court judges Advanced E-Discovery Institute: Plaintiff lawyers A Practical Guide to Implementation Defense lawyers In-house counsel of the New Federal Rules IT professionals Thursday-Friday, November 16-17, 2006 EDD Consultants In Cooperation with the Federal Judicial Center EDD Vendors Georgetown University Law Center • Washington, DC I It has become increasingly clear that, today, many courts Quoting Georgetown Advisory Board member Sherry Harris, the Why You Should Attend This Program expect practitioners to possess a level of sophistication in e-dis- article states: “If you don’t have a well-thought out e-discovery process, covery matters that was very, very rare in the recent past. you’ve left yourself wide open to sanctions. You need a system or process that tracks every step you take so you can defend what The risks of electronic discovery-related sanctions and the need to you did later on.” know how to handle e-discovery in today’s legal world are growing relentlessly, and may be accelerated with the upcoming implemen- At this third annual conference, planned by a distinguished Advisory tation of the revised Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, set to go Board of the country’s leading practitioners of electronic data into effect on December 1, 2006. discovery, you will learn: How does one prepare for a rapidly emerging new I How the new Federal Rules will impact the E-discovery process e-discovery paradigm? and the manner in which the courts have already taken the new Rules into account In fact, the prevailing paucity of preparedness is evident. I What, specifically, are the obligations of counsel under the new Rules in aiding a client in responding to a demand for production In a recent article on “Data Mining,” Inside Counsel reported that of electronic documents “there are two kinds of legal departments out there: those that I How counsel best educates itself, the court, other triers of fact are prepared for a lawsuit involving a mountain of electronic and the client about E-discovery documents and those that aren’t. Unfortunately, most fall I What judges really look for from plaintiffs and defendants through into the latter category.” out the E-discovery process The article states that according to a recent national study, only I How to avoid sanctions that could potentially devastate the client’s 14% of legal departments surveyed believe they have “tools and case or even the client processes in place to handle e-discovery, and only 28% rate their I How counsel best protect themselves from professional liability companies as more proactive than reactive regarding e-discovery and ethical compromise resulting from the poorly conceived readiness.” Inside Counsel reported that e-discovery authority planning and execution of the E-discovery process and Georgetown Advisory Board member Michael Clark said, This is an advanced program. It is not a primer on the new Federal Rules. “Only 32% of companies say they have an established e-discovery The Rules will be e-mailed to all participants in advance of the program and response workflow…Without one, a company, by definition, is in a all participants will be expected to have reviewed them. This program is for reactive mode.” Inside Counsel further states that “consultants those lawyers and litigation support personnel who wish to broaden their and attorneys agree the reactive approach is dangerous.” existing knowledge of e-discovery and learn from the experts about what today’s best practices are and what they may be “trending” to become.
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