Listen to part 2 of an all star panel discuss the impact size has on electronic discovery cases and on electronic records management. In this show we critique three cases which involved midsize participants. We also discussed ideas and best practices for the midsized law firm and the midsized corporate client.
This show was recorded on September 25, 2007 by BNA’s Digital Discovery and e-Evidence publication as part of a series of Electronic Discovery audiocasts I moderated. It was also a CLE program but we are sorry there are no CLE credits for listening to a previously recorded CLE program. Panelists include Carol Choksy, former President of ARMA and a nationally recognized records management consultant based in Indianapolis, IN; Monica Latin, Esq. based in Dallas, TX with Carrington, Coleman, Sloman & Blumenthal and a long time member of The Sedona Conference; Tom Gilson, Esq., a partner with Phoenix AZ based Lewis & Roca; David Ries, Esq., a partner at Pittsburgh, PA based Thorp Reed & Armstrong and a frequent participant in ABA events on privacy issues and electronic discovery; Jim Michalowicz, a long time Sedona Conference member, Six Sigma Black Belt, and a Director at ACT Litigation; and Kevin Esposito, former In-House Counsel at Pfizer and UPS and currently an Electronic Discovery Consultant at the E-Discovery consulting firm MetaJure. This show was a ground breaker as I am pretty sure no one had covered the topic of mid size electronic discovery litigation before we evaluated it. Listen to this show to learn how most organizations who are not Fortune 500 companies or AmLaw 100 law firms view electronic discovery matters. For more information on BNA who kindly agreed to let me post some of my archived shows, please visit the Digital Discovery and e-Evidence website.