Do you know your legal ethical duty when it comes to properly preserving information in the event of an actual or anticipated litigation, regulatory investigation or other legal event?
Join our webinar to learn more about the ethics of litigation holds and get the insight and guidance you need to implement and manage legal holds defensibly. This is one of our most popular annual programs, and in the updated 2018 version our speakers will cover:
- What the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and ABA Model Rules have to say about legal holds.
- Key FRCP 2015 changes and how they impact legal hold responsibilities.
- Important court rulings addressing legal hold practices, including decisions outlining attorney obligations regarding legal holds and potential ethical pitfalls.
- The essential steps to ensure a successful legal hold process.
- Using automated solutions to distribute and manage legal holds.
- ...and more!
We will share best practices and guidelines to ensure your legal hold process is clear, comprehensive and correct. This webinar is for anyone involved with legal holds, litigation or eDiscovery. PLUS: Receive 1 free CLE ethics credit in Texas (CLE ethics credit also pending in New York). We hope you’ll join us!
Brian Schrader, Esq.
CEO & Co-Founder
Brian has over 20 years of experience in information management, computer technology and the law, and he has been a pioneer in computer forensics and eDiscovery. In 2002, Brian combined his experience in business and technology to launch BIA – recognized today as one of the nation’s leading eDiscovery service provider. Brian also helped pioneer DiscoveryBOT, the industry’s first light-touch live data collection tool, and TotalDiscovery, widely recognized as the first end-to-end enterprise SaaS platform for eDiscovery. Prior to BIA, Brian started several technology companies and practiced securities and corporate litigation. He has been engaged in hundreds of high-profile legal matters and has lectured and authored multiple articles on eDiscovery, technology and related topics.
Barry Schwartz, Esq., CEDS
VP, Advisory Services
Barry Schwartz is highly proficient in discovery and document review matters and holds more than 35 years of legal and business consulting management experience. He oversees BIA’s advisory division and is primarily responsible for providing consulting and advisory services to BIA’s clients. Barry is able to provide experienced, sound insight in multiple areas, including information management, litigation & discovery, document retention and management, regulatory compliance and IT security.