Readinger Weighs in on Recent Developments in E-Discovery

December 15, 2021
Speaking Engagement

Laura Readinger will be a panelist on “Recent Developments in Data Security and E-Discovery 2021,” a CLE program hosted by the Delaware State Bar Association. Designed to focus on recent court decisions and pending rule changes, the e-discovery panel will address such questions as:

  • What happens when lawyers “slip” discovery documents into a database without timely notifying opposing counsel?
  • Is the frequency of severe discovery abuse increasing, and what is the impact on lawyers and their clients?
  • What’s the latest guidance from Delaware courts on discovery protocols and discovery objections?
  • What are the most updated best practices from the Sedona Conference, and how might they affect your practice?

Readinger is eDiscovery counsel in the firm’s Corporate Litigation and Commercial Litigation groups. She counsels clients and co-counsel on the many challenges associated with eDiscovery. She provides cost-effective and efficient project management solutions to clients in what is a complex and continually changing area of the law. She is also a Certified E-Discovery Specialist (CEDS) by the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists.

For more information, visit the DSBA’s website.

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