E-Discovery in Antitrust Lawsuits and FTC/DOJ Investigations
Managing and Producing Electronic Information Under the Amended Federal Rules
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This seminar will examine the federal rules amendments on e-discovery and offer best practices for counsel involved in antitrust litigation and FTC and DOJ investigations.
- Amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
- Brief review of the rules
- Electronically stored information
- Developing data retention and destruction policies
- Creating a plan to preserve and collect electronic information/evidence
- Creating an internal corporate response
- Data management
- Establishment of procedures to respond to litigation
- Government investigations
- Government response
- In antitrust litigation
- Data management
- Scope of discovery
- Duty to disclose
- Special considerations
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What are the components of an effective overall electronic information management, retention and destruction strategy for companies with potential antitrust concerns?
- What unique e-discovery issues can arise in antitrust matters — and what are the best approaches for preserving and collecting potential evidence?
- What are the key differences in producing information for and negotiating with the FTC and DOJ?
- What is the impact of the amended discovery rules on the second request process?
Michael G. Van Arsdall
Crowell & Moring
He counsels clients on antitrust matters, including competition issues associated with mergers and acquisitions, joint... | Read More
He counsels clients on antitrust matters, including competition issues associated with mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, government investigations and compliance with the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act. He also works extensively in the field of e-discovery and has handled all facets of complying with very large Second Requests.Close
Megan E. Jones
She is class counsel in several pending antitrust cases. She organizes class counsel to institute preservation methods,... | Read More
She is class counsel in several pending antitrust cases. She organizes class counsel to institute preservation methods, coordinates and negotiates pre-trial orders regarding e-discovery issues, and works with clients regarding preservation obligations. She is a member of The Sedona Conference and co-authored The Sedona Conference® Glossary: E-Discovery & Digital Information Management (2d Ed.).Close
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