How E-Discovery Mediation Can Save Your Clients Time and Money
Discovery is the longest and most costly phase of any litigation. With the rise of big data, discovery will only become more costly. Attorneys should look for methods to limit costs and expedite the process. This panel will focus on how to use mediation as a tool for saving time and money on e-discovery disputes. The panelists will discuss when parties should seek the aid of a mediator, what e-discovery disputes should be mediated, and finally what techniques mediators should use to ensure the best possible solution.
- Rick Borden | Partner and Chief Privacy Officer, White and Williams LLP
- Daniel Garrie | Managing Partner, Law and Forensics and Neutral at JAMS
- Richard Schwartz | Associate, Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP