+ How should objections to production requests be handled?
+ Are you required to produce subpoenaed data stored internationally?
+ Should there be a limit to fees assessed for discovery misconduct?
+ When is data stored by a third party considered to be within your control?
+ Should courts dictate search terms to parties?
+ How can you make an effective proportionality argument to address burdensome requests?
+ Can the requesting party dictate the form of production?
+ Does storing data on a file share site waive privilege?
+ If data is intentionally deleted, should Rule 37(e) apply?
+ Is circumstantial evidence of intentional spoliation good enough to warrant sanctions?
+ Should keyword search be performed before Technology-Assisted Review?
Doug Austin: Doug is the VP of Operations and Professional Services for CloudNine. Doug manages professional services consulting projects for CloudNine clients. Doug has over 25 years of experience providing consulting, project management and software development services to commercial and government clients.
Julia Romero Peter, Esq.: Julia is GC and VP of Sales with CloudNine. With 19 years of legal experience and 13 years focusing on eDiscovery, Julia received her J.D. from Rutgers Law School - Newark, and her B.A. in History with a minor in education from Columbia University - Barnard College.
Karen DeSouza, Esq.: Karen is Director of Review Services and a Professional Services Consultant for CloudNine. A licensed attorney in Texas, Karen has over 15 years of legal experience.
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