Electronic Discovery: Unraveling E-mail Strings and Strands
Roger Williams University School of Law Alumni Association presents:
Unraveling E-mail Strings and Strands
Nicole J. (Dulude) Benjamin'06 - Adler Pollock & Sheehan, P.C.
Robert J. Humm'08 - Adler Pollock & Sheehan, P.C.
It has been projected that in 2011, the average person will send and receive 112 business e-mails per day. With a vast majority of discoverable information in e-mail form, it is critical that attorneys understand how to properly review and produce e-mail strands when responding to discovery. This CLE will provide a comprehensive overview of the issues that arise when reviewing e-mail strands for responsiveness and privilege. The presenters will highlight the two different approaches federal courts have endorsed for reviewing e-mail strands and redacting privileged communications within those strands. A discussion of the pros and cons of each approach will help you identify the most defensible process for reviewing e-mail communications in your cases.
12:15 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Complimentary to RWU Law graduates.
One (1) R.I. CLE credit hour awarded.
Space is limited.
Availability on a first-come first-serve registration basis.
Attorney Registration fee: $35. per person.
Please make checks payable to: RWU School of Law.
Payment will be accepted at the door.
On-line Registration is closed. Please contact the Office of Alumni, Programs & Events at (401) 254-4659 or email@example.com