Electronically stored information (ESI) has become one of the most complex, time-consuming, and costly aspects of litigation. The world of ESI is rapidly changing and expanding, with new technologies being developed all the time. In order to fulfill their ethical duty of competence, attorneys must be aware of the benefits, risks, and latest developments in technology and ESI. Successfully navigating the challenges of ESI can help manage the cost of litigation and can impact the ultimate outcome of litigation. This program, taught by Kristen Weil, the Senior Managing Associate of the Dentons New York City office, reviews recent case law highlighting ESI challenges, and suggests practical tips for handling ESI.
Kristen Weil is a senior managing associate in the Dentons New York office and is part of the Litigation and International Arbitration practice groups. Kristen focuses her practice on domestic and international dispute resolution, including complex commercial litigation and arbitration matters. She has a wide variety of experience with matters involving business torts, contract disputes, regulatory investigations and proceedings, insurance, and intellectual property protection, in federal and state courts throughout the United States, and before arbitration tribunals such as the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).
Kirsten Weil was great and is a genius in ediscovery etc. The more programs with her the better! Lawyers need to become tech savvy. Thanks.
Kristin does a superb presentation, and I would encourage you to encourage her to do more Lawline courses.
Very interesting and thorough course. I'll be printing out the reference materials for use.
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