FCS announces eDiscovery expert Julie Grantham, Esq. to Present its September Client Webinar
Forensics Consulting Solutions announced that Julie Grantham, Esq., General Counsel for COI Enterprises and former Adjunct Professor of eDiscovery Law at University of Texas will present “Meet & Confer: Updates on Case Law and Winning Strategies”

Sep 05, 2011 – PHOENIX, ARIZONA

Nationwide eDiscovery expert Julie Grantham is the featured presenter for the September 13, 2011 Smarter Better Faster webinar presented monthly by Forensics Consulting Solutions.

“Last March, FCS began its monthly client educational webinars with topics designed to help our clients work Smarter, Better & Faster. It is our mission to create insightful discovery and to provide an uncommon client experience. During this series of webinars, we have presented topics requested by our clients in exit surveys that have ranged from work flow, to defensible reduction in data, to Discovery in the Cloud. Several clients requested an update on Meet & Confer, and we were thrilled to be able to have someone of Julie’s stature lecture on this program for our clients. Julie is recognized throughout the nation as an expert in eDiscovery law. In fact she developed and taught the first course on eDiscovery law at the University of Texas at Austin and her program has been used to model other law school curriculum.” Robin Thompson, Director of Marketing, Forensics Consulting Solutions.
This month’s webinar has been certified for one hour of CLE (which includes .25 of ethics) through the State Bar of Texas and is acceptable CLE credit in states with reciprocity.


• Better understand opposing party’s technical landscape
• Clarify the scope of document requests
• Resolve any production format disagreements that may later reduce liability and costs
• Reduce waste and reproduction of documents
• Pre-empt the negative impact of inadvertent production of confidential or privileged documents
• Recognize which cases require discovery of electronic information
• Identify client obligations regarding preservation of electronic evidence and scope of discovery

ABOUT JULIE GRANTHAM: Julie is nationally regarded as a leading authority in eDiscovery law. She is the author of numerous white papers and has appeared at symposiums and conferences nationwide on eDiscovery. For three years, she served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Texas School of Law

Category : Webinar Series

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