Los Angeles—Stanley M. Gibson, Chair of the Patent Litigation Group and Co-Chair of the Discovery Technology Group at the law firm Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP, will speak at the Practising Law Institute (PLI) program, “Electronic Discovery Institute 2015: What Corporate and Outside Counsel Need to Know.” The program takes place September 2, 1015 from 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. EST at PLI’s New York facility, and is also offered as a webcast.
Gibson will speak on the 11:30 A.M. panel, “Litigation Begins: Considerations”, which will cover the following:
- Trigger and scope of the duty to preserve
- Implementing litigation holds
- How to prepare for the meet and confer
- Initial disclosures in an ESI world
- Crafting and responding to discovery requests
Stan Gibson is an experienced technology and intellectual property trial lawyer who represents inventors, manufacturers, owners and others in litigation centering on complicated technology. He represents both defendants and plaintiffs and has litigated dozens of cases on behalf of his clients, taking many of them to trial. The media frequently calls upon Stan to explain the significance of court decisions, and he has been quoted by the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Forbes, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Thompson Reuters, and other publications. He is a frequent blogger, and publishes the Patent Lawyer Blog.
About the PLI Program
This program is designed for corporate counsel, outside counsel, and other attorneys or risk management professionals who advise corporations on electronic discovery and document retention issues. For more information or to register, see Electronic Discovery Institute 2015: What Corporate and Outside Counsel Need to Know.
About JMBM’s Discovery Technology Group™
JMBM’s Discovery Technology Group™ handles all aspects of litigation related to information management. We also advise clients on effective document and information retention strategies, including auditing existing policies and practices, creating data maps, implementing compliance programs and structuring appropriate legal hold guidelines. Our e-discovery team has years of experience conducting and complying with electronic discovery, producing and reviewing electronic evidence, teaming with e-discovery vendors, controlling e-discovery costs, and managing and using electronic evidence during litigation.
About JMBM’s Patent Litigation Group
JMBM’s Patent Litigation Group is a team of experienced patent litigators that represents inventors and entrepreneurs, universities, family-owned businesses, middle-market companies, startups and the FORTUNE 500 in patent litigation. Our approach is aggressive and efficient, and we have an impressive record of wins. We also provide related services such as freedom-to-operate opinions, non-infringement and invalidity opinions, reexamination requests, and IP due diligence.