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Seven Deadly Sins of the Rule 26(f)

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Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 26(f) requires parties in litigation to "...confer as soon as practicable...[and to]...state the parties' views and proposals on...any issues about disclosure or discovery of electronically stored information..."In this audioblog we will talk about how to minimize your e-discovery costs and risks and how to make sure you will be able to ascertain the data you need from the opposition.The information from this episode was taken in part from Dean William Hamilton's "Seven Deadly Sins of th Rule 26(f) 'Meet-and-Confer' Conference" as published by Dean Hamilton, Dean of the Bryan Univeristy E-Discovery Project Management Program, partner at Quarles and Brady, and Chairman of the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), www.aceds.org, the member organization for professionals in the private and public sectors who work in the field of e-discovery. For more information about E-Discovery, contact Dean Hamilton at william.hamilton@bryanuniversity.edu. For consultation on preparation for your Rule 26(f) conference, contact A. Johnson & Associates, LLC at 888-502-0586 or ajohnson@ediscoverynow.net.DISCLAIMER: We are not attorneys and are not engaged in rendering legal advice. We are E-Discovery Project Management Consultants. If legal advice is required, the assistance of a competent, qualified legal professional should be obtained.