Events / Miami Marriott - Biscayne Bay Miami, Florida
The 22nd Annual National Institute on White Collar Crime
March 06, 2008
The receipt of a government subpoena or warrant seeking massive amounts of electronic data is often the start of an expensive and confusing journey. What may at first blush seem to be a straightforward request could require extensive investigation, the collection of enormous amounts of irrelevant data or prohibitively expensive restoration of unsupported or corrupted data. This panel will consider strategies to limit the scope of electronic discovery requests, the technological advances and practical steps that can significantly reduce the cost of production, and review recent cases regarding the limits to the government’s ability to demand the production of such data.