Jul 18, 2018
Document management and discovery is one of the most time-consuming and costly aspects of the litigation process. That’s why it’s critical for in-house legal teams to understand the intricacies of every step of document discovery so they can adopt the most efficient and cost-effective approach to complying with their production obligations.
In the third webinar of the Best practices for the legal department of tomorrow series developed by Osler’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution team, Sarah Millar, a partner in the firm’s Litigation Group and head of Osler Works – Discovery, and Alexandre Fallon, a litigation associate in the firm’s Montréal office, offer practical guidance on the best ways to handle the costs and burdens associated with document management. Sarah and Alex also provide useful takeaways that in-house counsel can rely on in their day-to-day practice.
- Understand every step involved in electronic discovery – from information governance to document presentation
- Develop pre-litigation protocols so you’re ready in the event of a claim
- Understand the importance of preservation and litigation holds
- Learn best practices in using technology assisted review (TAR) and developing relationships with IT vendors
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