JUDICIAL PANEL ON E-DISCOVERY, PART I

2014 Relativity Fest Recorded Session

Learn what judges want litigators to know about technology and cooperation.

During a Relativity Fest 2014 panel, four prominent federal judges—Judges Nora Barry Fischer, Andrew Peck, Xavier Rodriguez, and David Waxse—came together to discuss trends in e-discovery and what they need from lawyers, paralegals, and technologists in court. David Horrigan moderated the discussion.

In this recording, you will learn what federal judges think about:

  • The state of e-discovery and the role of cooperation
  • What level of technical competence is needed in the courtroom
  • How knowledge of client data plays into e-discovery

Participants:

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Nora Barry Fischer

United States District Judge

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Andrew Peck

United States Magistrate Judge

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Xavier Rodriguez

United States District Judge


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David Waxse

United States Magistrate Judge


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David Horrigan

e-Discovery Counsel, Relativity


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Learn what judges need from you in court. Watch the discussion today.

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