Shepherd Speaks: Avoiding Sanctions Under Rule 37(e)
Thursday, June 22, 2017
3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Cocktails and reception to follow
Shepherd Data Services’ Training Center
400 Rand Tower, 527 Marquette Avenue, Minneapolis MN 55402
Joshua Gilliland, Esq.
In Avoiding Sanctions Under Rule 37(e), Josh Gilliland shares a practical look at playing by the Rule. Under the amended 37(e), the loss or spoliation of electronically stored information can now result in severe sanctions. Learn what’s required to avoid this fate. Join us as Josh answers these pressing questions and more:
- What are “reasonable steps” to preserve ESI?
- What is a sufficient basis for a finding of “intent to deprive”?
- Is FRCP 37(e) the only source of authority for spoliation sanctions?
- How can you help clients comply with 37(e)?
About the Presenter:
California attorney Joshua Gilliland is a nationally recognized thought leader on electronic discovery with his blog “Bow Tie Law,” which averages 4,000 visitors a month. Josh has conducted nearly 400 Continuing Legal Education seminars on eDiscovery, from Anchorage to St. Thomas. Josh has organized webinars with numerous judges and attorneys across the country, guest lectured at McGeorge School of Law, and has been published in American Lawyer Magazine and Litigation: American Bar Association, The Journal of the Section of Litigation.
LocationShepherd Data Services, Inc.
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