What’s new in 2017: Interpreting the Ethical Implications of the new FRCP
Presented by Eric Robinson, JD, KrolLDiscovery
Throughout 2016 and into 2017, the judiciary has handed down several important opinions construing the new language of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP). This presentation will explore important developments in e-discovery, including ethical considerations, by examining recent opinions from the bench. From one of the first post-amendment opinions discussing proportionality, Carr v. State Farm, on December 7, 2015 to the professional responsibility “wake-up call” delivered by Judge Peck in Fischer v. Forrest in February 2017, you will be fully up-to-speed on pertinent case law across the country.
12:15pm -12:25pm: Arrive and Sign in
12:25pm – 1:25pm CLE: What’s new in 2017: Interpreting the Ethical Implications of the new FRCP (**ETHICS CREDITS) presented by Eric Robinson, JD from KrolLDiscovery. He will discuss trends in eDiscovery from the most impactful rulings in the last 12 months to the latest technologies.
1:25pm – 1:30pm: Q&A
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Lunch sponsored by AQUIPT
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Eric Robinson, JD ǀ Solution Architect ǀ KrolLDiscovery
Eric Robinson, JD, a Solution Architect at KrolLDiscovery, has more than 20 years of accumulated legal, ediscovery and project management experience. In his current role, Mr. Robinson works consultatively with clients to develop and implement cost effective, efficient, defensible discovery and information management/governance strategies. Knowledgeable in the current legal trends and technology associated with information management for litigation, investigations and regulatory matters, Mr. Robinson recommends defensible strategies and technology solutions to optimize client efficiencies, as well as, to develop and implement industry accepted practices.