Ethical Minefields in eDiscovery: A Perfect Match

Published
Tue, 2013-11-05

Theodora R. Lee Littler Mendelson, P.C.; April Madison-Ramsey, senior counsel, Labor & Employment (SPHR), Dignity Health (Formerly CHW)

noon-1:30 (Pacific)
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1.5 including 1.5 ethics

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Clawbacks, safe harbors, metadata mining, fraud, privilege breaches, fairness, you name it. As if compliance with civil procedure rules was not enough, eDiscovery also raises a wide and growing range of ethical issues, including issues that have the potential to challenge not just attorneys’ ethical obligations but also their relationships with their own clients.  We will explore the latest ethics opinions, both from bar associations and the courts, and best practices for tiptoeing smartly, but ethically, through the eDiscovery minefield.