Mistakes Happen: It’s all About Prevention and Fixes
POSTED ON October 23

I hate mistakes. They seem to occur in all facets of our personal and professional lives. Mistakes jump out at us when people have trouble making change, drive carelessly through town, or send us error-laden text messages. Mistakes occur in every industry—even eDiscovery. And, the consequence for some mistakes in eDiscovery can go well beyond frustration into the realm of sanctions.

In Mistakes Happen, our upcoming Shepherd Speaks’ Continuing Legal Education Seminar, I will talk about ways to minimize the chances for mistakes and, if necessary, handle the “fix”. I will give you a guided tour of the eDiscovery mistake landscape including:

• Ways to prepare so that you minimize the possibility of mistakes,
• Anticipatory steps for mistake resolution, and
• Tactics to repair mistakes.

Please REGISTER or call us at (612) 659-1234 to save your place for Mistakes Happen on Thursday, October 27th at 3:00. Then stay for the Halloween cocktail reception that follows. I look forward to seeing you.

About the Author Chris

Author Avatar Christine Chalstrom is the Founder, CEO, and President of Shepherd Data Services, Trustee, Mitchell Hamline Law School and Adviser, Center for Law and Business. She has spoken widely on the Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedures, Digital Forensics, and eDiscovery best practices. Her credits include presentations to the American Bar Association, Association of Certified e-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), Corporate Counsel Institute, MN Association of Corporate Counsel, MN Association of Litigation Support Professionals, MN CLE, Mitchell Hamline School of Law, Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute. She is an attorney, programmer, and forensic examiner.