Legal Ethics in E-Discovery

September 1, 2011
Fox Rothschild LLP

Philadelphia, PA

12 to 1 p.m. ET
9 to 10 a.m. PT

Join us for an overview of ethical considerations in the handling of e-discovery and the impact of new technologies on attorneys' ethical obligations. Our presenters will discuss e-discovery under the model rules of professional conduct, with a focus on competency, supervisory obligations and considerations in outsourcing e-discovery, as well as inadvertent disclosure of privileged communications and metadata, ethical obligations for corporate lawyers and issues involving social media.


Thomas Paradise

CLE Credit:

If you would like CLE credit, please make sure to include your bar admission(s) and attorney identification number(s). This course has been approved for 1.0 ethics credit in California and Pennsylvania. This course has been approved for 1.2 ethics credits in New Jersey. 1.2 ethics non-transitional professional practice credits will be awarded in New York through approved jurisdiction policy with Pennsylvania. 1.0 ethics CLE credit in Delaware, Nevada, Florida and Ohio will be available depending upon interest.


Click here to register for this complimentary program by August 29.

Please contact Adrienne Hope at [email protected] for more information.