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Electronic Discovery Issues in Crossborder and MultiLanguage Litigation

By Benita on June 06, 2013//Leave a comment
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Sponsored by DTI

 

 

 

DUE TO SCHEDULING CONFLICTS THIS CLASS HAS BEEN CANCELED. THE CLASS WILL BE RESCHEDULED IN THE FUTURE WITH AN OPTION FOR REMOTE WEB ACCESS FROM YOUR OFFICE/HOME.

 

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About the Program:

– 1 hour General Participatory MCLE credit available.

 

This session will address how to resolve some of the discovery challenges involved in cross-border and multi-language litigation, including dealing with non‐U.S. data privacy laws and regulations, collecting data in other countries, and resolving cultural and foreign language issues that may arise in the course of conducting cross-border discovery.

 

About the Speaker:

Jeff Jacobs is the General Counsel and Senior Consultant for DTI, where for the past five years he has advised clients on litigation readiness, email and records retention, and the planning and execution of electronic discovery matters. See our registration page for more information about the speaker.

 

Date: TBD

Time: 12-1 pm

Location: Downtown San Diego Location

Cost: $10

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To cancel your registration, please call (619) 531-3900. To receive a refund, you must notify us 72 hours in advance. Refunds may take up to 2 weeks to process.

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2 Comments

  1. Sumi islam

    some of the discovery challenges involved in cross-border and multi-language litigation, including dealing with non‐U.S. data privacy laws and regulations, collecting data in other countries, and resolving cultural and foreign language

    • Gina

      You are so right. Crossborder and MultiLanguage litigation touches on so much more than just the law. Thanks for your comment.

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