Time: 9:00-9:15 a.m. Registration; 9:15-11:00 a.m. Program
Cost: $25 (includes continental breakfast)
Location: Seattle Central Library, 1000 4th Ave., Seattle, WA
Program Title: The Federal Rules of Electronic Discovery: Is Your Records Management Program Ready?
Program Description: Charlene Brownlee will discuss the impact of the Amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) on records and information management.
- The importance of “ESI” (electronically stored information);
- How to conduct an inventory of ESI;
- How to ensure your retention schedule includes retention periods for ESI;
- Effective management of ESI during a litigation hold; and
- Strategies for reducing the volume of ESI.
CLE and CRM: We are currently seeking Washington State Bar Association credits for CLE. Please updated information on the Greater Seattle Website. This will be valid for CRM accreditation. APPROVED 1.5 CLE credits by WSBA.
Speaker Profile: Charlene Brownlee is a partner with the law firm Davis Wright Tremaine LLP and co-author of Privacy Law, a treatise published by Law Journal Press.
Ms. Brownlee assists clients, including Fortune 100 global financial, pharmaceutical, energy and technology companies, with solutions aimed at reducing cost and exposure in the electronic world. She regularly advises clients with regard to privacy, data security, records management, e-discovery best practices and technology transactions.
Ms. Brownlee has lectured and published in the areas of Records Management and E-Discovery, Technology, Internet law and intellectual property, including publication in Corporate Counsel Weekly, Dow Jones, and Corporate Counselor among others.
Ms. Brownlee received an LL.B. in 1991 from the University of Manitoba. She was admitted to the Alberta Bar in 1991 and the Texas Bar in 2001.
By attending, you can win Privacy Law, a treatise published by Law Journal Press, authored by Charlene Brownlee.
Register: This program is open to all professionals interested in learning about the impact of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure on RIM. Please register by Monday, October 29. You may also request an invoice by contact the Greater Seattle Chapter.
Seattle Central Library Directions: Central Library is located in downtown Seattle. It is bounded by Spring and Madison streets and Fourth and Fifth avenues. Parking is located under the building for a fee. Detailed directions can be located at the Seattle Central Library Website.