Complex Litigation E-Discovery Forum A Success

Complex Litigation E-Discovery A Success

Last week, the second annual Complex Litigation E-Discovery Forum (CLEF) took place at the Minneapolis Club in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Lieff Cabraser partner Annika K. Martin (left, above) led a discussion on “Proportionality a year after the Amendments,” which covered amendments to the Federal Rules in December 2015 with regard to case law and effective strategies for plaintiffs within civil procedures. [Read more…]

Annika K. Martin to Lead Discussion on Proportionality at 2016 Complex Litigation E-Discovery Forum

Annika K. Martin to Lead Discussion on Proportionality at 2016 Complex Litigation E-Discovery Forum

The second annual Complex Litigation E-Discovery Forum will be held on September 23, 2016 at the Minneapolis Club in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The event’s first discussion group, “Proportionality a year after the Amendments,” will be led by Annika K. Martin of Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, Jacksy Bilsborrow of Weitz & Luxenberg, and Zachary Wool of Barrios Kingsdorf & Casteix and will focus on revisiting the December 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. [Read more…]

Annika K. Martin Speaks at 2015 Complex Litigation E-Discovery Forum

Annika Martin Speaks at 2015 Complex Litigation E-Discovery Forum

Lieff Cabraser attorney Annika K. Martin will be speaking at the 2015 Complex Litigation E-Discovery Forum (CLEF) on September 25th, 2015, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The forum will be divided into four hour-long discussion sessions covering the following topics, the first three of which are: Document Review, Search Methodology & Sources, and Understanding the Scope of Defendants’ ESI: 30(b)(6) Depositions vs. Informal Exchanges of Information. Martin’s discussion will focus primarily on the issue of Proportionality in the context of the recently amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure concerning discovery that will take effect on December 1, 2015, including how the amended Rule 26 could potentially affect the ability of plaintiffs in complex litigation to obtain sufficient discovery to prove their claims.

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