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What questions/topics need to be included in the letter preceding the conference? Who needs to be involved in preparing for and participating in the conference? What needs to be addressed during the conference and set forth in the report? Our panelists will answer these questions and more, and help you understand how to use the Rule 26(f) conference to educate yourself about the discovery that exists and how best to obtain it.
Loren Bolno Donnell Loren Bolno Donnell is a partner at Burr & Smith, LLP in St. Petersburg, FL, where she has represented employees in class and collective actions exclusively for over twelve years. For over a decade, Loren has been a published author and editor of...MoreLoren Bolno Donnell is a partner at Burr & Smith, LLP in St. Petersburg, FL, where she has represented employees in class and collective actions exclusively for over twelve years. For over a decade, Loren has been a published author and editor of wage and hour publications, including author and editor to supplements for The Fair Labor Standards Act treatise (Ellen C. Kearns) and author and editor to Wage and Hour Laws (Gregory K. McGillivary), and gives talks regularly on the subject. Loren is a past President of the Florida Chapter of NELA and has been a member of its Executive Board since 2008. Her other memberships include NELA and the Florida Bar Labor & Employment Section. Loren is a graduate of the University of Florida, where she obtained a degree in Decision and Information Sciences, with honors; and a graduate of Stetson University College of Law, cum laude, where she was a member of the Stetson Law Review. She lives in Tampa with her husband, an artist, and two boys. Collapse
Rebekah L. Bailey Rebekah L. Bailey is a partner with Nichols Kaster, PLLP in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She concentrates primarily on national wage and hour litigation and has represented tens of thousands of employees in class and collective actions. Rebekah also...MoreRebekah L. Bailey is a partner with Nichols Kaster, PLLP in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She concentrates primarily on national wage and hour litigation and has represented tens of thousands of employees in class and collective actions. Rebekah also representsemployees with equal pay act claims, discrimination matters, and licensure proceedings, and she has represented consumers in complex class litigation. Rebekah speaks nationally and locally on topics related to the FLSA and discovery in civil litigation. She has served as an associate editor for the ABA/BNA Fair Labor Standards Act treatise from 2014 until the present. Rebekah received a concentration in Labor and Employment Law from the University of Minnesota Law School in 2008, where she was honored with the ABA/BNA Award for Excellence for Labor and Employment. Prior to school, Rebekah volunteered at Michigan Migrant Legal Assistance Project, a non-profit legal organization, providing legal services to indigent migrant farm worker s and focusing on wage and hour and landlord/tenant disputes. Collapse
Charles R. Kellner Charles R. (Chuck) Kellner is a Senior Vice President and Senior Consultant with D4. A veteran litigation support professional and leading eDiscovery strategist, Chuck Kellner has a blend of consultative and hands-on experience in the legal...MoreCharles R. (Chuck) Kellner is a Senior Vice President and Senior Consultant with D4. A veteran litigation support professional and leading eDiscovery strategist, Chuck Kellner has a blend of consultative and hands-on experience in the legal technology field. His career spans 25 years, and in that time Chuck has served as a top eDiscovery consultant, an operations director for a Big Eight consulting firm, and as a litigation and practice support manager at an AMLAW 50 law firm. Chuck is a board member of the New England Litigation Technology Professionals (NELTP) and an active participant in the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM), The Sedona Conference, the Association of Litigation Support Professionals (ALSP) and the East Coast Association of Litigation Support Managers (ECALSM). He also frequently develops and participates in eDiscovery CLE and contributes regularly to leading industry publications. He is truly dedicated to the legal technology field. In addition to these memberships, Chuck has also served as an expert on eDiscovery protocols, proportionality and cost of eDiscovery, findings on computer forensic examination, and requirements for defensible search and review. He works closely with law firms and corporate litigators to develop strategy for identification, collection, preservation, litigation response planning, production, and scope of discovery. Chuck earned a J.D. from Lewis & Clark Law School and a B.A. from Brandeis University. Collapse
April 13, 2018
Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
ESI & The Rule 26 Conference: Everything You Need To Know, 2018 ESI Seminar - Audio
ESI & The Rule 26 Conference: Everything You Need To Know, 2018 ESI Seminar - Paper
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Where applicable, credit will be only awarded to a paid registrant completing
all the requirements of the program as determined by the selected accreditation authority.