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Event: Scenes From an E-Discovery Case

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Los Angeles: Wednesday, September 26, 2007
San Francisco: Thursday, September 27, 2007

This interactive program is designed to educate in-house counsel, executives, paralegals, and IT professionals about e-discovery, the new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and steps that they should be taking now to achieve litigation readiness and reduce liability exposure. Through a series of videotaped vignettes, participants can see what to do and what not to do with regard to electronic records in litigation. A series of 5-10 minute vignettes provide snapshots throughout the life of a case, from first filing and service of a complaint all the way through trial. The scenarios and mistakes made in the sample case were drawn from real life examples.

The majority of the program is presented in a workshop format that invites comments and questions from the audience together with expert commentary from our panelists from CGOC, PSS Systems and K&L Gates. The final segment of the program is dedicated to outlining steps and tools available for companies to help protect themselves from e-discovery risks and costs.

Panelists
The program will be led by David Cohen, co-Chair of the firm’s e-Discovery, Analysis & Technology (“e-DAT”) Practice Group, and Deidre Paknad, Founder of CGOC and President & CEO of PSS Systems.

Registration and Questions
If you have any questions, please call or email Arun Mistry 206.370.6538 or arun.mistry@klgates.com. Seating is limited so please register by Friday, September 21, 2007.

Click here to register for Los Angeles, or here to register for San Francisco.