Jacksonville Chapter Event: Ethics and Privacy Concerns in the Discovery Process
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Jacksonville Chapter Event: Ethics and Privacy Concerns in the Discovery Process

When: Wednesday, October 25th, 2017
4 - 6:30 PM ET
Where: Restaurant Orsay - Brocade Room
3630 Park Street
Jacksonville, Florida  32205
United States
Contact: ACEDS Customer Service

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The discovery process can be complex, burdensome, and risky. Huge amounts of data requiring review can intimidate even experienced discovery attorneys, while a potential breach of discovery information could expose damaging confidential information. Yet discovery is not something that can be avoided or treated as someone else’s problem. In modern litigation, eDiscovery is playing an ever greater role in cases of all kinds, while bar associations are increasingly recognizing that attorneys must stay informed on modern discovery technologies and procedures. Thankfully, the right tools and strategies can help reduce eDiscovery’s potential pitfalls and burdens, even eliminating many of them.

Join our panel of experts for an engaging discussion on practical approaches to discovery, how to reduce discovery burdens, and ethical and privacy considerations in the discovery process. This event is free for all attendees.

Topics that will be covered: 
1. Florida ethics requirements applicable to eDiscovery 
2. Privacy and cybersecurity concerns during the discovery process 
3. Tools and strategies to reduce discovery burdens

4:00-4:30 PM: Registration & networking - appetizers and drinks provided 
4:30-5:00 PM: Panel Discussion: Ethical & Privacy Considerations in eDiscovery 
5:00-5:20 PM: Panel Discussion: Practice Approaches to Discovery 
5:20-6:30 PM: Conclusion & Networking 

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