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MCLE - 360 of E-Discovery Ethics - Webinar

06/28/2018 4:08 AM | Denise Bashline (Administrator)

California Lawyers Association

 

Litigation Section

 

360 of E-Discovery Ethics

 

Credit(s): 1 Participatory MCLE Credits
1 Ethics
Course Number: LIT_1-30-18
Original Program Date: January 29, 2018
Duration: 1 hour 1 minute
Access: Available for 3 months after purchase
Date: July 9, 2018
12:00 PM - 1:01 PM (Pacific)

 

Description:

 

 Attorneys handling e-discovery have ethical duties to do so competently, and to protect their client’s confidentiality. This webinar will address how to meet those duties competently and cost-effectively.
Formal Opinion No. 2015-193 of the Standing Committee On Professional Responsibility and Conduct of the California State Bar (“Committee Opinion”) opines that an attorney may violate ethical duties of competence by failing to understand and perform e-discovery skills. The Committee Opinion set out a list of nine e-discovery tasks that “attorneys handling e-discovery should be able to perform (either by themselves or in association with competent counsel or expert consultants).”

Faculty:

 

Yoav Griver 

Partner at ZEK (Zeichner, Ellner and Krause) 


Yoav M. Griver is a partner in ZEK’s litigation group where he specializes in representing clients in complex commercial matters. Yoav’s many proud moments as a trial attorney include successfully defending Hitachi America in the longest customs fraud trial in the history of the Court of International Trade; successfully defending MasterCard in a multi-district putative class action against claims that MasterCard was responsible under RICO for internet gambling; recovering a verdict on behalf of a class of minority schoolchildren in a prominent civil rights case; successfully defending GMAC in a class action alleging violations of RICO, the Sherman Act, state and federal credit repair organization statutes, and state UDAP statutes; and successfully defending Tellium Inc. in a protracted case involving allegations of breach of contract, unjust enrichment, and fraud upon the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 

 

Daniel Gelb 

Gelb & Gelb 


Daniel K. Gelb, a partner at Gelb & Gelb LLP, is a member of the bars of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and the State of New York. Mr. Gelb represents clients in federal and state court litigation, arbitration and regulatory proceedings. He concentrates in the areas of business, securities, non-competition agreements, corporate raiding and trade secrets, accountants' liability and criminal law.

Daniel Garrie, Moderator  

Head of E-Discovery, Cybersecurity, and Forensic Practice Group, Law & Forensics LLC


Daniel B. Garrie, Esq. is a seasoned e-discovery special master, forensic neutral, mediator, and arbitrator retained for complex, high-stakes cases around the country. He is an experienced jurist with a deep understanding of both law and technology, enabling him to efficiently and cost effectively resolve some of the most challenging disputes.


For over a decade, Mr. Garrie has served as a mediator, arbitrator, electronically stored information (ESI) liaison, discovery referee, special master, neutral, and neutral expert. He has appeared before the Los Angeles County Superior Court, New York Supreme Court, Delaware Supreme Court, and the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Second, Third, and Seventh Circuits.

 

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