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Speaker, Lorman Education Services Webinar, "E-Discovery: Subpoenas and Nonparty Production Issues"

Events

October 19, 2016 | 1:00 PM - October 19, 2016 | 2:30 PM EST

Featuring: Mark S. Sidoti

The decision to pursue ESI from a non-party via subpoena may result in a lengthy, expensive, and sometimes onerous process for both the non-party and the requesting party. The non-party may incur exorbitant costs associated with responding to the subpoena, the requesting party may wait months or even years to receive the ESI, and the issue may end up being submitted to the court via a protracted motion process. This topic helps practitioners use the provisions of recently amended Fed. R. Civ. P. 45 to most effectively and cost-effciently pursue third party ESI by subpoena. It also explains how a non-party can use the protections built into Rule 45 to effectively comply with, and object to third party subpoenas. This content also provides practical considerations for practitioners on either side of a non-party subpoena to utilize in a manner that will help them shift some or all of their costs, including attorneys’ fees, onto the other party.

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