Recent FRCP Changes & the Effect on eDiscovery, RIM, and Information Governance

Events February 9, 2016

The proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) are intended to advance early case management and promote proportionality in eDiscovery, as well as affect ESI preservation and sanctions for spoliation.
John Isaza, Esq., FAI will review Procedural History, provide an Overview of Proposed Changes, and discuss the Effect on E-Discovery, IG, and RIM practices and what it means for you and your organization. This will include:
– High level practical effects
– How to prepare
– The 4 Four keys:

  • Reasonable steps are key…to defense of spoliation
  • Early preparation is key…for eDiscovery
  • Records Retention Schedule is key…in defense of spoliation
  • Intent is key…to finding of spoliation and harsh sanctions

Register here

11:45 AM – 12:00 PM Check in
12:00 PM – 12:10 PM Chapter Announcements
12:10 PM –   1:15 PM Presentation

John Isaza is currently the Records Retention & Information Governance Partner at Rimon. He is also a Fellow of ARMA International (FAI). John is an eDiscovery and records information management specialist, with experience as former trial attorney and General Counsel to a $1B Million market cap publicly traded (NASDAQ) medical device laser manufacturer now owned by Abbott Labs. John Isaza’s full biography