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Husch Blackwell Celebrates eDiscovery Day

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Husch Blackwell is pleased to be participating in eDiscovery Day which celebrates the vital and growing role that eDiscovery plays in the legal industry. We will be offering a number of educational programs on eDiscovery Day, Wednesday, December 4 that will focus on essential eDiscovery topics that every general counsel, business owner and IT professional needs to know. 

In-person seminars

eDiscovery Day Seminar - Husch Blackwell's Kansas City office, 8:00 - 9:30 a.m. CST

Office 365 is changing the landscape for handling eDiscovery. Are you up to speed? Come learn the nuts and bolts of using the eDiscovery features in Office 365 in a legally defensible manner. This session is geared for in-house counsel, but we invite you to bring your Office 365 administrator from IT with you.

Register for the Kansas City program.

eDiscovery Day Seminar - Husch Blackwell's St. Louis office, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. CST

In this lunch program, we will cover your obligations in responding to third-party subpoenas and provide tips for ensuring that the process is efficient, streamlined and defensible. You’ll learn how to ensure that your next third-party subpoena does not wreak havoc on your legal team’s resources or budget.

Register for the St. Louis program.

Online webinars

BYOD, Bring Your Own Device: Risks of and best practices for allowing workers to use personal devices for work, 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. CST

Our attorneys will provide an overview of the risks of permitting workers to use personal devices and applications in the workplace. We also will offer best practices and policies for mitigating and avoiding those risks. This program is suitable for any counsel or staff member involved in implementing policies and procedures for workers’ uses of personal devices.

Register for the personal devices webinar.

Protecting Privilege: Tips for identifying, logging and safeguarding privileged communications, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. CST

This webinar is intended for both in-house and outside counsel involved in the creation or review of privileged communications. We will review the most common types of privileges, then discuss exceptions to privilege waiver covered by joint defense and common interest agreements and the Kovel doctrine. We'll offer suggestions for advising employees on how to protect their internal and external privileged communications. We will provide tips for making privilege reviews faster and more efficient, and discuss the almost foolproof way to ensure that privilege is not inadvertently waived during discovery. We will also discuss the ethical issues surrounding privileged communications, including considerations when handling potentially privileged communications in your employees’ emails or in documents produced by your opponent in a litigation matter.

Register for the protecting privilege webinar.


Kayla Schmidt

Senior Associate

Tessa K. Jacob