Pitney Bowes Hosts Second Webinar Regarding Risks and Costs Associated with E-Discovery and New FRCP Rulings
STAMFORD, Conn. – The Legal Solutions division of Pitney Bowes Management Services (PBMS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE: PBI) will hold the second in a series of online discussions for members of the legal community on the risks and costs associated with changes to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) and the financial impact those changes may have on their business.
Attorneys can spend a large amount of time during discovery sorting through documents, which add up to unnecessary costs. Advanced technologies save time through faster processing and can help reduce risks associated with poor electronic discovery planning and management. This one-hour webinar will offer attorneys a forum to discuss how to avoid common mistakes, understand the true risks associated with Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and offer details on effective cost management strategies.
Why: Electronic documents are becoming the predominant form of evidence presented during trial. Effective since Dec. 1, 2006, the revised FRCP, which governs legal proceedings in U.S. District Courts, laid out the first procedures attorneys must follow in terms of electronic documents.
When: Tuesday, June 6, Noon– 1 p.m. ET
Tim Westcott, Director of Electronic Discovery Services, Pitney Bowes Legal Solutions, host
Brian Maurer, Director of Technical Services, Pitney Bowes Legal Solutions
Amy Sinyei, Senior Consultant, Business Development, Ibis Consulting, a Pitney Bowes Company
Where: Participants can register for event at www.controlyourdata.com
About Pitney Bowes:
Pitney Bowes is a mailstream technology company that helps organizations manage the flow of information, mail, documents and packages. Our 35,000 employees deliver technology, service and innovation to more than two million customers worldwide. The company was founded in 1920 and annual revenues now total $5.8 billion. More information is available at www.pb.com.
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