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Discovery, including electronic versions, can raise many ethical, legal and cost-saving questions for even an experienced litigator. Recent case law provides examples of the different pitfalls that attorneys and paralegals can avoid with careful planning and a discovery plan at the early stages of litigation. This presentation will provide a snapshot of the pitfalls that attorneys and paralegals should work to avoid.
Presenter Matthew Slater is an associate with McMahon Lynch. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Slater was an associate with the boutique entertainment law/intellectual property firm of Gradstein & Marzano, as well as general counsel for the start-up wireless telecommunications company Ring Plus, Inc. He has extensive experience in many areas of litigation, particularly intellectual property, and has participated in several patent infringement lawsuits against major corporations. He has also worked on software and patent licensing transactions. Mr. Slater is a 2008 graduate of the University of Southern California School of Law, where he was a member of the Intellectual Property & Technology Law Clinic.
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