August 24, 2018 BY DEF Admin
Webinar: E-Discovery and Spoliation Issues: Litigation Pitfalls, Duty to Preserve, and Claw-Back Agreements
Chuck Hoey and Robert Quinn will be speaking in an upcoming webinar, "E-Discovery and Spoliation Issues: Litigation Pitfalls, Duty to Preserve, and Claw-Back Agreements," scheduled for Thursday, September 6, 1:00PM-2:30PM EDT. During the webinar, the panel will express the importance of understanding technology issues by providing and discussing recent developments in this area of law. Most lawsuits and claims involve electronically stored or transmitted information, and every trial attorney must understand e-discovery, spoliation, and technology issues for when they arise. After the presentation, there will be a live question and answer session with participants so we can answer your important questions about these issues directly.
As a valued client of the firm, you are eligible to attend this program at 50% off. If you are interested in more information on this topic, you can read Chuck's article, "Developments in Spoliation Law and E-Discovery Since Phillips vs. Harmon," which was featured in the May edition of the Georgia Defense Lawyers Association magazine.
Charles G. "Chuck" Hoey has litigated workers' compensation, general liability, coverage, subrogation and other insurance claims for nearly 30 years. Chuck took his first deposition several hours after being sworn in as a lawyer and has not stopped since. Experienced in all kinds of workers' compensation claims, including retail, trucking, distribution centers, factories, home health care, loggers, and construction, Chuck has also litigated wrongful death, auto accident, coverage issues, and other liability claims.
Robert Quinn focuses his practice on General Liability Defense. Robert has a strong background in representing defendants ranging from large international corporations to small businesses and individuals. He has handled cases involving premises liability, auto liability, transportation law, and wrongful death.