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Three-Part Civil Legal Skills Series - Part 2: Giving Your Case a Boost: The How-To of E-Discovery

On June 29, 2022, the San Diego FBA presented the second part of a three-part Civil Legal Skills Series: Giving Your Case a Boost: The How-To of E-Discovery.

The panelists were Professor Ruth Hauswirth, Special Counsel at Cooley, LLP; Timothy G. Blood, Managing Partner at Blood Hurst & O'Reardon, LLP; and Lea Malani Bays, Partner at Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd, LLP. The Honorable Mitchell D. Dembin moderated the panel.

The speakers provided valuable insights on E-Discovery best practices, strategies, issues to avoid, and much more! Tapping into their collective decades of experience, the panelists enlightened and entertained while offering valuable E-Discovery tips. If we took away one thing, it was this: remember that E-Discovery is just discovery with an added letter and lots of technology.

The written materials are available here and include The State Bar of California’s Formal Written Opinion No. 2015-193 and more!

(From Left to Right: Timothy G. Blood, Lea Malani Bays, Dylan Aste, Ruth Hauswirth, and Kevin A. Gregg)

The San Diego FBA thanks the panelists for volunteering their time and sharing their expertise with the community. The San Diego FBA also thanks Chapter President

Dylan Aste, Vice President of Legal Education Kim Gregg, and legal education committee members Kelly Reis and Kevin A. Gregg for organizing this event.


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