Insight's 2nd Annual E-Discovery and E-Documents Conference

Frank Walwyn
9/30/2009 - 10/1/2009
8:15 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
World Trade and Convention Centre, Halifax

Electronic documents are revolutionizing the way organizations manage their records – they have also opened up new areas of potential risk and costs for both public and private sectors. Because of the increased volumes, diverse formats, and often complex nature of these e-records and their underlying data, the rules governing discovery and document disclosure are also changing. Attend to learn about:

• Latest E-Discovery Developments, Rules and Practice Guidelines
– Sedona and More, A National and Regional Update

• E-Discovery and the Electronic Trial – A Long Range View from the Front Lines

• Latest Case Law Developments and the Implications

• Impact of E-Discovery on Public Sector Litigation and Administrative
Law Proceedings

• Crafting an E-Document Retention Policy Framework and Process that Meets
Organizational and Legal Objectives

• Privilege, Confidentiality, Privacy and Access to Information Requests in an
Electronic Environment

• E-Discovery Project Management Essentials Once the Writ Drops

• Litigation Case Management in the Era of E-Records – Cost, Time, Resources

• Expert Evidence under the New Rules of Civil Procedure – Implications of the
New E-Discovery and Disclosure Rules

• Preservation Orders, Litigation Holds and Avoiding Spoliation Sanctions
– New Obligations and Risks for All Organizations