With an updated set of FRCP e-discovery rules, an emergence of new data sources to worry about and an urgency from the court to focus on cooperation in e-discovery activities between opposing sides, the meaning of e-discovery defensibility has dramatically
shifted in the past 5 years.
In the second webcast in Exterro’s E-Discovery Masters Series, a panel of experts from DLA Piper, Dentons and Exterro will outline defensible e-discovery practices and discuss how to comply.
Register for this upcoming webcast and learn:
- What e-discovery defensibility is and how to meet evolving court requirements
- Best practices for choosing practices the increase defensibility but not your e-discovery burden
- Examples of mistakes legal departments are making in e-discovery and how to fix them
Co-Chair, eDiscovery & Info Management Practice
Jennifer is co-chair of DLA Piper's eDiscovery and Information Management practice. Jennifer concentrates on electronic discovery and knowledge management in complex commercial litigation matters, class action settings and regulatory investigations. She
consults with DLA Piper attorneys and clients on eDiscovery strategy, advising on the deployment of policy, process and technology to reduce risk and cost. She also counsels clients on best practices for knowledge management and information governance
outside of the litigation context, working with clients to create and implement cost-effective policies and procedures. She speaks to clients and industry groups on the subjects of electronic discovery, data retention and preservation and information
Jennifer also has extensive experience in government investigations, internal investigations and securities litigation. She represents corporations and their officers and directors facing government investigation and/or class action and derivative
litigation, with an emphasis on conducting corporate internal investigations and representing corporations and their officers and directors in connection with investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission, Department of Justice and Financial
Industry Regulatory Authority.
Ronald J. Hedges, J.D.
Dentons US LLP
Ronald J. Hedges, J.D., is a Senior Counsel with Dentons US LLP. He served as a United States Magistrate Judge in the District of New Jersey from 1986 to 2017. Mr. Hedges is a frequent writer and speaker on various topics related to electronic information
and is the principal author of Managing Discovery of Electronic Information: A Pocket Guide for Judges, Third Edition (Federal Judicial Center: 2017). His biography is available at https://www.dentons.com/en/ronald-hedges
Mike Hamilton, J.D.
Director of E-Discovery Programs
Mike Hamilton is the Director of E-Discovery at Exterro and has been involved in e-discovery for over 5 years. With a legal and business background, Mike is experienced and passionate about creating thoughtful, out-of-the-box educational resources that
help keep legal teams interested and on top of emerging need to know e-discovery issues. Mike graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law.