Environmental Law and E-Discovery Should Not Be Hazardous Waste


Listen to Karl Schieneman, Director of Analytics and Review with JurInnov talk with attorney Margaret “Maggie” Boyle from Pittsburgh based Babst Calland Clements & Zomnir, PC on how environmental law and electronic discovery can intersect. Babst Calland is a law firm nationally known for their work in environmental law and one of Maggie Boyle’s responsibilities at the firm is to assist the other attorneys at the firm and educate them on electronic discovery.

This is a unique topic and one which is not discussed at most national electronic discovery conferences. It is just the type of niche topic┬áthat ESIBytes loves to cover so it stays on the radar for everyone who practices environmental law. I hope you find the show interesting. It also is a good example of reaching out to me for ideas on shows. As Maggie can attest, I am also up for doing shows in areas which are off the beaten path to help educate practitioners on how electronic discovery is evolving – especially when they are presented to me by attorneys who are closer to that particular issue than I am.

Recorded 12/21/2010