Craig Lockwood, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
Tara Sweeney, Soloway Wright LLP
Documentary production is critical to understanding what evidence exists to support—or undermine—your client’s case. Yet many lawyers are still copying their requests from old firm precedents and running the risk of filing requests with limited strategic value and scope.
Before you start pasting old language into your next production request, join us on March 3 for our all-new program, Documentary Production: What You Need to Prove Your Case. Discover best practices for drafting requests, gathering documents, responding strategically to the other side’s request, and managing your client through the process. Leading litigators will share their top tips for navigating the strategic and ethical considerations of production issues, while adjudicators get candid about what they want to see—and what they do not want to see—in submissions for orders.
Find out how you can maximize the impact of your next production request and take full advantage of this critical instrument in your advocacy tool belt.
You will learn:
- Key rules and considerations you need to know at the outset of the production process
- Practice area-specific tips for drafting requests, reviewing documents, and seeking orders
- Best practices for fulfilling your professional obligations while navigating tricky ethical situations
- Strategies for managing your client through the production process with skill and confidence
- Do's and Don'ts from decision-makers when you are seeking an order for production
Registration includes electronic materials, which will be provided prior to the program. Registration also includes access to the live webcast recording for 30 days from the date the link is sent to you.
*Due to ongoing concerns with COVID-19, this program may be delivered either online or in-person with a webcast option. We will keep you informed as public health regulations continue to evolve.
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