ESI in Environmental Litigation: Overcoming Unique Challenges of Expert-Dependent Evidence and Multifaceted Laws
Leveraging Rule 29 Stipulations, Managing Court-Imposed Time Constraints, Minimizing Risk of Court Intervention
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will offer guidance to environmental litigators in handling complex electronically stored information (ESI) challenges in environmental litigation due to its heavy reliance on expert testimony. The panel will provide insights from recent litigation and offer best practices for counsel in managing the time constraints, taking advantage of FRCP 29 stipulations, and culling through and identifying key evidence in ESI.
- Managing ESI in environmental litigation
- ESI challenges
- Recent court treatment
- Best practices for addressing ESI issues in environmental litigation
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What steps can environmental litigators take to minimize the likelihood of judicial intervention in discovery?
- How can litigators utilize Rule 29 to streamline ESI?
- What lessons for ESI management can be learned from recent decisions?
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Mr. Savage focuses on environmental and regulatory litigation including the defense of government enforcement actions,... | Read More
Mr. Savage focuses on environmental and regulatory litigation including the defense of government enforcement actions, citizen suits, and toxic torts. He also counsels clients on environmental matters, particularly issues arising under the Clean Air Act. Before joining the firm, he served in the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Environment and Natural Resources Division for nearly a decade.Close
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Ms. Kimball is a member of the firm’s environmental group and her practice focuses on litigation and regulatory... | Read More
Ms. Kimball is a member of the firm’s environmental group and her practice focuses on litigation and regulatory matters. Prior to joining the firm, she served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Wiley Y. Daniel, Chief of the U.S District Court for the District of Colorado.Close