Wednesday, July 24, 2013

2012 State of Electronic Discovery Practice in the Federal Courts - On-Demand #MCLE

Nearly six years have passed since the effective date of the electronic discovery amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, prompting a veritable landslide of interpretive decisional authority. To what extent has discovery (and pre-trial) practice changed to reflect the inclusion of computer generated information  into the evidentiary landscape in federal litigation?  How well have attorneys practicing in federal courts in Florida embraced the new rules and decisional authority? Join two federal magistrate judges in a moderated panel discussion on the state of electronic discovery practice in the Federal Courts in 2012.
Title:
2012 State of Electronic Discovery Practice in the Federal Courts
When/Where:
Recording available on the web
Credit:
1.5
Original Program Date:
September 19, 2012
Speakers:
  • Honorable Anthony Porcelli , U.S. Magistrate Judge Middle District of Florida
  • Honorable Thomas B. Smith
  • Steven W. Teppler , Kirk-Pinkerton, P.A., Moderator
By:
The Florida Bar
Cost:
Free