Alex Khoury Served as Panelist at Sedona Conference Midyear Meeting Regarding Electronic Document Retention & Production
Alex Khoury, partner in the Atlanta office and chair of the E-discovery Practice, participated in a panel discussion at the Sedona Conference® Working Group on Electronic Document Retention & Production (WG1) 2017 Midyear Meeting on May 5, 2017, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He discussed developing case law on Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) Rule 34 and proposed recommendations The Sedona Conference will present to judges and bar associations across the country on how to navigate FRCP 34’s new specificity requirements. This panel presented a draft of the Sedona Conference’s “FRCP 34 Primer” for consideration for publication by Sedona Conference Working Group 1. Alex is the chair of the firm’s Electronic Discovery and Data Management Group, and leads a dedicated team which provides in-depth e-discovery services to clients across all sectors. In 2016, Alex was appointed to the Sedona Conference’s Case Law Project where he frequently researches and writes about developing E-discovery case law. The group’s findings and case law summaries are included in various Sedona Conference publications, distributed to law schools, government agencies and courthouses, and included in CLE materials.
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