Brody to Chair PLI E-Discovery Ethics ConferenceJuly 29, 2009
O’Melveny partner Stephen Brody will chair the Practising Law Institute’s Ethics for E-Discovery 2009 seminar on July 29 in New York City.
Topics addressed at the seminar include:
- Counsel’s duties under the Federal Rules, Disciplinary Rules and selected regulations and state laws
- New case law and application of new rules and discovery obligations
- Preservation duties
- Privilege issues and inadvertent disclosure
- Working with outside vendors
- Protecting client confidentiality
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