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Relativity Fest 2016 Judicial Panel

Recorded Session

Learn what judges want litigators to know about technology and cooperation.

Four prominent federal judges—Nora Barry Fischer, Xavier Rodriguez, Andrew Peck, and David Waxse—joined David Horrigan for the third-annual Judicial Panel at Relativity Fest 2016. There was a new twist this year: everyone was invited to submit a question, and after conferring with the judges, we selected the four most insightful ones to guide the panel.

In this recording, you will learn what the federal judges think about:

  • How involved judges should be in the e-discovery process
  • Effects of the 2015 Federal Rules Amendments
  • Legal holds and information governance
  • Data privacy limits for litigants, businesses, and the government

Participants:

Nora Barry Fischer

United States District Judge

Relativity Fest Judicial Panel on E-Discovery Part II - Andrew Peck

Andrew Peck

United States Magistrate Judge

Relativity Fest Judicial Panel on E-Discovery Part II - Xavier Rodriguez

Xavier Rodriguez

United States District Judge

Relativity Fest Judicial Panel on E-Discovery Part II - David Waxse

David Waxse

United States Magistrate Judge

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David Horrigan

e-Discovery Counsel, kCura

Learn what the judges had to say. Watch the discussion today.

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