Extract from Philip Favro's article "Sedona Working Group 1 Meeting Spotlights Key E-Discovery Cases from 2019"
The Sedona Conference recently held its annual meeting for Working Group 1 (electronic document retention and production) to discuss key issues relating to electronic discovery practice. The event covered any number of topics, including issues relating to the negotiation of ESI protocols, best practices for non-waiver orders under Federal Rule of Evidence 502(d), privilege logging, and ephemeral messaging. The sessions generated robust discussion between the dialogue leaders and the attendees, including the various judges in attendance.
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