REMINDER: A Symposium on e-Discovery and its Impact on Corporate Governance and Litigation

REMINDER: A Symposium on e-Discovery and its Impact on Corporate Governance and Litigation

e-Lessons Learned would like to remind everyone of an important e-discovery symposium coming up on April 2, 2009.

This event, presented by the Business Law Journal, Rutgers School of Law-Newark, brings together some of the most respected and knowledgeable in-house experts, judges, lawyers, and litigation support professionals for a multi-disciplinary symposium designed specifically for businesses to help them contain costs, reduce risk, achieve results, and deliver enduring value to their organizations.

This program is designed specifically for professionals within companies and firms faced with the daunting task of preparing for e-discovery readiness, responding to obligations imposed during a lawsuit, and managing costs associated with these obligations, including business owners, C-level executives, GCs, in-house litigation support professionals/paralegals, managers of business continuity, information security, information technology, operations, PCI compliance, records management, risk management, and human resources, auditors, academics, judges, students, and lawyers.

Speakers include Fernando M. Pinguelo (Partner and Co-Chair of E-Discovery Group, Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A and Seton Hall e-discovery law professor), Steven C. Bennett, Esq. (Partner at Jones-Day and Rutgers e-discovery Law Professor), Terri L. Reicher, Esq.(Associate Vice President and Associate General Counsel, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc., Washington, DC), The Honorable Michael A. Shipp, U.S.M.J., The Honorable Claire C. Cecchi, U.S.M.J., and Kenneth N. Rashbaum, Esq., Director, Fios, Inc. An introductory keynote address will be given by The Honorable Edwin H. Stern, P.J.A.D. (Presiding Judge of Administration, New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division).

“The symposium will attract in-house counsel from small, medium, and large companies,” according to Jack Zatz, Symposium Editor, Business Law Journal. “Already, we have received a great response and seating is limited. So we strongly suggest that attendees register early to reserve a seat to this premier event.”

For more information visit the Symposium homepage here.


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