Christian Jenner was part of the Rhode Island Bar Association’s Food for Thought program in October where he spoke on the topic of electronic discovery.
Christian surveyed available electronic discovery tools and how attorneys and their investigators can employ technology to identify powerful evidence for use in litigation. Christian discussed what contemporary litigation requires of litigators, and how attorneys can winnow enormous amount of data (now measured in terabytes) into the exhibits actually used a trial.
The one-hour CLE program also covered the 2015 amendments to Rule 37(e) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which specifies measures a court may employ if electronically stored information that should have been preserve is lost, and sets forth the findings necessary to impose sanctions.
Christian is a strong advocate and frequent speaker on issues of e-discovery protocols and workflows designed to create a cost-effective approach to clients’ e-discovery challenges. See his article in Providence Business News on “Digital Spring Cleaning.” To learn more, contact Christian here.