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NJICLE E-Discovery in 2018: An Essential Guide to Gathering and Using Electronically Stored Information

September 13, 2018NJICLEAttorney: Susan M. Usatine
Event Location:
New Jersey Law Center
1 Constitution Sq. New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Event Details:
9:00am - 12:35pm

As an increasingly wide array of devices begin to store electronic information (watches, speakers, cars, and more), it is increasingly important to understand “modern” e-discovery strategies. Understandably, electronic discovery continues to be a growing area, and from litigators to transactional practitioners no one is immune. The technological sophistication of e-discovery raises many questions, ranging from the “how to” to the ethical implications of e-discovery, and our panel of experts will provide you with a better understanding of the latest developments you need to know.

Register today to hear the most up-to-date information on dealing with e-discovery requests, making e-discovery requests, and preserving your ethics in the process.
 

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