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Join Me for a Panel Discussion Regarding Rule 34(b) Changes and Other Fun Stuff!: eDiscovery Best Practices

This Thursday, I’ll be in Birmingham, Alabama and I’m excited to be participating in a roundtable discussion regarding the new Rule 34(b) changes!  Here is how you can attend (and even get CLE credit) if you’re in the Birmingham area and how you can still attend via the Web if you’re remote.

The event is hosted by the ESI Roundtable , which is a grassroots, continuing legal education organization that provides eDiscovery training & workshops with practical content and local networking.  Founded by Melissa Rogozinski, ESI Roundtable has produced and hosted over 250 eDiscovery CLEs since 2008!  And, I’m excited to report that the event will be sponsored by CloudNine!

Thursday’s event is titled The New Rule 34(b):  Managing e-Discovery Requests, Objections & Other Fun Stuff .  With Rule 34(b) having been recently amended to both emphasize response time to discovery as well as require specificity of objections, it will be an interesting discussion with experienced attorneys (representing both the plaintiff and defendant points of view) about Rule 34(b), the changes to the rule and what it all means to you.

I will be moderating and adding perspective as someone who has spent over 25 years providing technology assistance and support to attorneys in the litigation process.  It should be educational and a lot of fun!

If you are in Birmingham, CLE credit is available.  You must register, purchase a ticket and attend ONSITE/IN-PERSON to receive CLE credit.  The event will be held at Adams & Reese LLP at Regions Harbert Plaza, 1901 6th Avenue North, Suite 3000, Birmingham, AL 35203 (I hear it’s got a great view of the city).  Click here and go to the bottom of the page to register for CLE credit.

If you can’t attend in person, but would still like to learn from the panelists and attend the event from the comfort of your own workstation, you can attend via WebEx.  Click here to register for the event via WebEx.  Sorry, no CLE credit available for WebEx attendees.

Regardless, it should be a lot of fun and I look forward to meeting all of the in-person attendees on Thursday!

So, what do you think?  Are you interested in learning more about the latest FRCP rules changes?  Please share any comments you might have with us or let us know if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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