The Ethics of e-Discovery in Arbitration
Session ID: 16PRW005
Registration Status: OPEN
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Faculty and Summary
It’s a whole new ballgame when it comes to discovery in the digital age. Issues arising out of the preservation, collection, review, production and use of electronically stored information can be especially complex and can in themselves lead to disputes that can increase the time and cost of arbitration. Ethical issues which may arise in eDiscovery can be particularly knotty.
This 80-minute recorded webinar will increase your awareness of these ethical issues that swirl around the use of eDiscovery in arbitration so that, whether you are an advocate or an arbitrator, you will more effectively manage your role in the process.
Among the topics discussed are:
In this digital age you must be informed about eDiscovery. Register now.
WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS PRESENTATION – Arbitrators, mediators, advocates, academics, and anyone interested in the arbitration process.
What others are saying about this presentation...
An excellent discussion of the ethics of ediscovery.
Clear presentation of ethical issues in E-discovery.
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This program does not qualify for the AAA's annual Arbitrator Continuing Education requirement.
Launching the Course After Registration
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