The Instant Impact of Pension Comittee of the University of Montreal Pension Plan v. Banc of America Securities LLC (S.D. N.Y. Jan. 15 2010) On Litigators and e-Discovery
- ID: 1215105
- April 2010
- Region: America, United States
- 60 Minutes
“The Instant Impact of Pension Committee of the Univ. of Montreal Pension Plan v. Banc of America Securities, LLC (S.D.N.Y. Jan. 15, 2010) on Litigators and New Judicial Sanctions for e-Discovery Violations” is a time efficient way to be in-the-know on the most up to date facts and ramifications of this case and take proactive steps on behalf of current and prospective clients it could impact the most. Take the 60 minutes to view this webinar (on your computer, mobile phone, iPod or printed out) to make sure you have answers ready to key questions you are sure to be asked on the immediate ramifications of this decision by colleagues, clients and other professionals with whom you discuss the case, as this latest blockbuster decision from one of the trailblazers in the area of e-Discovery (S.D.N.Y. Judge Shira Scheindlin) lays out an analytical framework certain to be adopted by many courts on how to analyze a party’s handling of their pre-trial e-Discovery obligations and determine the appropriate sanctions for violations of those obligations.
Upon ordering, ExecSense will email you a link to download the webinar for viewing on your computer, mobile media device (iPod/iPhone, Blackberry), or printed out. The downloaded files will include the PowerPoint presentation, audio narration and jpeg images of the slides (for watching on your mobile media device).
The webinar is led by an expert on the ramifications of this case and e-Discovery, Evan Nadel, and focuses on:
- Everything you need to know in 60 minutes about the impact of the district court’s decision in Pension Committee of the Univ. of Montreal Pension Plan v. Banc of America Securities, LLC on parties’ pre-trial e-Discovery obligations and how judicial sanctions for e-Discovery violations will be imposed
- Perspective on how Judge Scheindlin’s decision may affect how future courts analyze how litigators and their clients should handle pre-trial e-Discovery, how to determine if a party’s failure with respect to retention and/or production of e-Discovery is “grossly negligent” or merely “negligent,” and how to determine the appropriate sanctions
- The 10 questions being asked the most by litigators with respect to how this decision will impact them and what proactive steps and new procedures they should be putting in place
- Case studies of what other litigators are doing for their clients, now and in the future, based on this ruling
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