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Speaker, Gibbons Fourth Annual E-Discovery Conference, "Legal Hold Best Practices after Victor Stanley II, Pension Committee and Rimkus - A Roundtable Discussion," Newark, NJ

Events

October 28, 2010 | 1:00 PM - October 28, 2010 | 2:30 PM EST

Featuring: Phillip J. Duffy

The Gibbons E-Discovery Task Force will host its fourth annual full day E-Discovery Conference on October 28, 2010, in the firm’s Newark, NJ office. Devoted to the latest developments in electronic discovery and corporate information management, this program will include speakers who are among the most respected names in the e-discovery field, including former United States Magistrate judges John Hughes and Ronald Hedges, e-discovery authority Michael Arkfeld, and representatives of leading corporations and e-discovery service providers.

Among the Gibbons attorneys who will present and moderate panels are Task Force Chair, Mark S. Sidoti, Chair of the firm’s Employment Law Department, Christine A. Amalfe, and Task Force members, Luis J. Diaz, Phillip J. Duffy, Scott J. Etish and Jeffrey L. Nagel.

This year’s conference will cover topics such as “E-discovery in the Cloud: the Impact of Cloud Computing on E-discovery,” “Electronic Communication Policies & Privacy in the Wake of Stengart & Quon,” and “Legal Hold and Sanctions: Victor Stanley II, Pension Committee & Rimkus” and “Emerging Technology for ESI Preservation, Collection & Processing,” among other topics.