Fowler to Lead Audio Conference on Litigation Holds and Rule 45 SubpoenasJune 17, 2009
O'Melveny counsel Jeff Fowler will give a 60-minute speech at the National Constitution Center's live audio conference on on "Litigation Holds & Rule 45 Subpoenas: Non-Party Preservation Essentials" on June 17. Fowler will discuss the key elements of an effective subpoena for ESI, how to effectively issue and respond to a preservation demand letter to a non-party, how the permissible scope differs between non-party data and party data discovery, and best practices for Rule 45 subpoenas and non-party production.
Fowler is one of the founders of the Firm’s Electronic Discovery and Document Retention Practice and is one of the few litigators in the country whose litigation practice is entirely dedicated to electronic discovery issues. He advises clients on litigation preparedness, legal hold obligations, electronic data collection and production, and document retention and destruction policies.The National Constitution Center (NCC) is a nonprofit organization established by Congress dedicated to increasing public understanding of, and appreciation for, the Constitution and its contemporary relevance.
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