The 4 Laws You Must Know!
When the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were last amended in 2006, New York Times Columnist's Thomas Friedman's The World is Flat: A Brief History of the 21st Century, was continuing its steady run on the New York Times best seller list. The world has changed significantly in the last 8 years. As Friedman himself stated, "When I wrote the World is Flat, Facebook did not exist, Twitter was a sound, the Cloud was in the sky, 4G was a parking space, applications were what you sent to college, LinkedIn was a prison and for most people, Skype was a typo."
This webcast will address the impacts of our rapidly changing world on eDiscovery, litigation, and business generally as well as the advancements in technology that can assist lawyers, paralegals, and litigation support professionals to more efficiently deliver legal and eDiscovery services in a complex and rapidly evolving environment. In this context, the program will also examine the amendments currently being proposed to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
- Learn the 4 Laws that every 21st century lawyer or legal professional must know.
- Understand the real world and litigation impacts of social media, the Cloud, the Internet of things and the industrial Internet on eDiscovery.
- Gain an understanding of technologies that can assist you in providing an efficient and affordable service
- Review and analyze the proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and their likely impact on litigation.
Meet Your Presenter
Marc Jenkins is Associate General Counsel & Executive Vice President-Knowledge Strategy for Cicayda, a litigation support software and services company based in Nashville. He is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Vanderbilt University where he teaches courses on Electronic Discovery & Information Governance and Technology in Legal Practice.
Originally presented on March 5, 2015
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