November 14, 2018
EDI: Judicial Training Symposium – Fort Lauderdale, FL
As members of the federal judiciary convened at the Fourth Annual Judicial Training Symposium, Christine Hasiotis, SVP & Deputy GC of UnitedLex, led a discussion on “Production Format: Why We are Still Fighting About This More than a Decade After the 2006 Amendments.”
As part of the intensive, one-day training program, designed specifically for members of the federal judiciary, Christine served as the lead Faculty for a discussion on Production Format: Why We are Still Fighting About This More than a Decade After the 2006 Amendments. While the 2006 Amendments of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were supposed to resolve disputes regarding format of production, they are still brought to the Court all too often. Christine explained the technical requirements and processes required to produce Electronically Stored Information and shed light on the arguments presented by the parties during ESI protocol negotiations and discovery motion practice.
The 2018 Judicial Training Symposium was hosted by the non-profit Electronic Discovery Institute (EDI), in partnership with The Federal Judicial Center (FJC) and event co-chairs, Hon. Magistrate Judge Elizabeth Laporte and Hon. Judge Rodriguez.
November 14, 2018 3:30 – 4:00PM
Production Format: Why We are Still Fighting About This More Than a Decade After the 2006 Amendments
UnitedLex, Senior Vice President & Deputy General Counsel