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CLE - Introducing the BBA's New E-Discovery Guide: Discovery of Electronically Stored Information, Principles & Best Practices

Monday, January 13, 2014 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Boston Bar Association - 16 Beacon Street, Boston, MA

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Join us for a timely overview of the newest rules & best practices related to e-discovery and get exclusive access to the BBA's new E-Discovery Guide! All attendees will receive a printed and bound version of the guide as well as an exclusive early electronic download (PDF format) before it becomes available to the legal community at large!

The e-Discovery amendments to the Massachusetts Rules of Civil Procedure take effect January 1, 2014.  All litigators will need to know what is expected of them in this new framework, and how to apply the new rules to their and their client’s advantage going forward.  After attending this program, attendees will have a keen understanding of the new amendments, how they will affect their practice, and key strategies to use going forward in the new era of e-Discovery in Massachusetts courts. 

Attendees will also receive the BBA’s new publication, Discovery of Electronically Stored Information, Principles & Best Practices

Hear from Judge Frederic Rutberg (Southern Berkshire District Court), Chair, and Nelson Apjohn (Nutter McClennan & Fish LLP), Member of the SJC’s Standing Advisory Committee on the Rules of Civil Procedure which suggested the e-discovery rule changes.

I. E-Discovery overview and prior landscape.
II. The E-Discovery Amendments to the Massachusetts Rules of Civil Procedure
III. General Guidelines and Best Practices.

Registration Categories:
BBA Member - $70.00
Non-Member - $100.00
BBA Member - Legal Services/ Government Lawyer - $45.00
Law Student - $20.00

If the cost of this seminar would preclude you from attending, please contact us about tuition discounts.


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