Posted on: September 03, 2014in Webinars
How to Tame Preservation Costs and Risks [Webinar]
Judges David J. Waxse and William V. Gallo make recommendations to help counsel avoid the risk of spoliation without having to preserve everything.
The recent Preservation Costs Survey conducted by William H.J. Hubbard, J.D., Ph.D., shows that nearly four out of five companies suffer from preservation burdens.
Four experienced panelists will discuss ways to make preservation a reasonable business process at a reasonable cost, make it proportional to the litigation, and manage the risks of spoliation.
Watch this webinar to learn:
- Common mistakes and causes of preservation issues
- Range of solutions available and how you might apply them
- Specific recommendations from panel on next steps to take
Meet the Panelists:
Honorable David J. Waxse U.S. Magistrate Judge (D.Kan.)
Honorable William V. Gallo U.S. Magistrate Judge (S.D.Cal.)
William H.J. Hubbard Assistant Professor of Law, Univ. of Chicago Law Author of Preservation Costs Survey
Geoffrey Vance Partner; Firmwide Chair, eDiscovery Services & Strategy Practice (Perkens Coie)
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