The New Amendment to Federal Rule of Evidence 902 and its Expected Impact on eDiscovery Preservation Best Practices (45 min)

A new amendment to Federal Rule of Evidence 902 - Adding subpart (14) - is set to go into effect
December 1, 2017.

FRE 902(14) essentially provides that electronic evidence collected pursuant to best practices will be afforded a presumption of authenticity. Thus, this new rule will significantly impact eDiscovery and computer forensics by further reinforcing best practices for ESI preservation and collection processes. Read more about this rule here >

To learn more about FRE 902(14) and a detailed analysis of its expected impact, we invite you to watch this webinar discussion led by David Cohen, Partner and Chair of Records & eDiscovery Group at Reed Smith LLP and John Patzakis, Executive Chairman at X1. The 45 minute webinar includes a Q&A following the discussion.

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Speakers:

David Cohen
David Cohen
Partner and Chair of Records & eDiscovery Group Reed Smith LLP >

John Patzakis
John Patzakis
Founder & Executive Chairman X1 >