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E-Discovery: State and Federal Court Perspectives

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E-Discovery: State and Federal Court Perspectives

Time: July 25, 2013 from 8am to 10am
Location: Plaza Club Conference Room
Street: 900 Fort Street Mall, Room 1850
City/Town: Honolulu
Phone: (808) 531-7585
Event Type: presentation, &, mixer
Organized By: Linda (Ken Fukunaga’s Office)
Latest Activity: Jul 11, 2013

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Event Description

Since the adoption of the e-discovery rules in the federal rules of civil procedure in 2006, parties suing and sued in federal and state courts have been subject to the rules of court and court orders that require searching, reviewing, and giving the other party in a lawsuit their electronic records. This process of e-discovery has generated many commentaries, cases and appeals. The pace of such disputes is expected to increase as social media and other forms of communication predominate. In addition, the recent push by the Federal Government to provide incentives for eligible healthcare professionals to adopt electronic medical records is also expected to accelerate the complexity of the discovery process in court. Finally, the sheer volume of email traffic has increased the cost of the entire discovery process. Our distinguished panel of judges will discuss the following topics:

  • What do the state and federal rules of civil procedure require of parties in a lawsuit when it comes to searching for and producing electronic documents?
  • What types of orders can a court direct against a party in a lawsuit to search for and produce electronic records?
  • What have parties in lawsuits done in searching for and producing electronic records?
  • What happens if a party mistakenly produces its attorney-client privileged communications to the other side?
  • What can parties do to prepare for discovery orders when either filing a lawsuit or defending a lawsuit?

In this session, the AIIM Aloha Chapter is pleased to present State of Hawaii Circuit Court Judge Virginia Crandall and U.S. Magistrate Judge Richard Puglisi.

This event is an excellent opportunity to meet your fellow professionals and should be of particular interest to corporate executives, business system planners, system analysts, and consultants.

COST: FREE for AIIM Members
$25.00 for Non-AIIM Members; Checks payable to AIIM Aloha Chapter at the seminar.

PARKING: Public Parking at Harbor Court Building No validations provided.

AIIM Aloha Chapter | PO Box 3923 | Honolulu, HI 96812

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