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Keeping You Informed: K&L Gates Partners to Speak at Upcoming Events

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IQPC 7th Annual e-Discovery Conference

April 27-29, 2009
Le Meridien San Francisco
333 Battery Street
San Francisco, CA 94111

K&L Gates partner David Cohen will be a part of the panel leading the discussion at Workshop C entitled, “E-discovery In a Down Economy: Achieving Litigation Readiness While Cutting Costs & Improving Outcomes” scheduled to take place on April 27th at 2:45 PM.  The discussion will address a myriad of topics including readiness through proper records management, the effect of the recent economic downturn, and best practices to reduce costs, among other things.

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ARMA International Tri-Chapter Seminar: It’s E-lectric – Decoding the Mysteries of E-Mail, E-Records, E-Discovery and Computer Forensics
Sponsored by the Puget Sound Chapters of the ARMA International

May 1, 2009 – 8 AM to 5 PM
La Quinta Inn
1425 E. 27th St.
Tacoma, WA

K&L Gates partner Todd Nunn will present a discussion of Best Practices in e-Discovery during the morning session, scheduled to begin at 9AM.

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Washington State Bar Association: Advanced e-Discovery Conference

May 7, 2009
WA State Convention and Trade Center
800 Convention Place
Seattle, WA 98101

K&L Gates partners Martha Dawson and Todd Nunn, co-chairs of the event, will be speaking on a variety of issues including effective communication with IT personnel and vendors, best practices for search and retrieval of electronically stored information, and ethical issues specific to electronically stored information, among other topics.

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Strafford Publications — Legal Teleconferences: E-Discovery Strategies for Rule 45 Subpoenas and Non-Party Production

May 20, 2009
Live Telephone Conference
1-2:30 PM EST

K&L Gates partner Todd Nunn will be among the speakers at this event.  The panel will examine a variety of issues including best practices for non-party production, preservation duties of non-parties, and the need to protect non-parties from undue burden, among other things.

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