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Today's General Counsel "The Exchange" | New York, NY | July 18-19, 2016
July 18-19, 2016
Today’s General Counsel
The New York City Bar Association | New York, NY
Chuck Kellner, senior vice president and senior consultant at D4, will be a panelist on Developments in Search on Monday, July 18, 2016 from 4:15 – 5:15pm. (View Chuck’s Profile and Authored Content)
Developments in Search will focus on:
- Should search and culling be the first question when trying to reduce volume
- What is the best way to negotiate search (terms and TAR)?
- Best way to test and refine search criteria
- How do lawyers fail to present their case for reasonable search to the court?
More about "The Exchange"
“(The Exchange is) a highly interactive colloquium (that) will provide a deep understanding and practical advice regarding major e-discovery challenges facing organizations today.
This program introduces a NEW type of e-discovery event:
- A series of ten in-depth round-table discussions
- Specifically for in-house counsel
- Moderated by leaders in the e-discovery arena
- Building on a set of frequently-encountered factual and legal issues
- And with attendees and moderators jointly developing practical solutions”
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