Gil Keteltas to Speak at PLI's Electronic Discovery Institute 2016

News / September 2, 2016

Partner Gil Keteltas will speak at the PLI Seminar, “Electronic Discovery Institute 2016: What Corporate and Outside Counsel Need to Know” in New York on Sept. 19. The Seminar is a day-long program, led by experienced lawyers, judges, and e-discovery professionals.  Keteltas will be a panelist for the session “E-discovery: New media, New Technology and New Developments.” The panel will discuss the following topics:

  • Discovery of social media
  • Cloud computing
  • Ever-Expanding sources of Electronically Stored Information: Creation, transmission and storage, retention and preservation, and use in litigation
  • Search methodologies – Technology Assisted Review and more

The seminar is also available via group broadcast in Atlanta, Georgia, Cleveland, Ohio, New Brunswick, New Jersey and webcast.  Because Baker Hostetler is a Privileged Member of PLI, our attorneys can attend the program or view the live webcast at no cost. CLE credit is available.

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