Legal Technology Radio Announces e-Discovery Podcast Series

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Legal Technology Radio a National Legal Media, LLC property, today announced the release of a series of podcasts on electronic discovery (e-Discovery) and the related Amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) entitled "Sitting in the Discovery Hotseat." The online station will record and publish ten podcast episodes in 2008 including interviews and moderated roundtables. The episodes will be released monthly beginning March 3, 2008. The first episode is a moderated roundtable entitled "FRCP 37(e) Safe Harbor: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Firm and Your Clients."

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Sitting in the Discovery Hotseat

Virginia-based National Legal Media, LLC, today announced the first in a series of podcasts covering e-Discovery in the context of the litigation lifecycle and the related Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP). The series, entitled "Sitting in the Discovery Hotseat" is designed to meet the needs of attorneys in AmLaw 250 law firms with a corporate litigation practice, litigation support managers, legal technology specialists, and corporate counsel in the Fortune 500.

The podcasts, published on a new National Legal Media, LLC property - found at Legal Technology Radio - will be released the first business day of every month beginning March 3, 2008.

The first episode entitled "FRCP 37(e) Safe Harbor: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Firm and Your Clients," is a roundtable discussion moderated by Toby Younis of B2B Marketing Pro, LLC and includes Jason Fliegel, an attorney with Mayer Brown, LLP in Chicago, Il; Barry Murphy, who at the time of the recording was an industry analyst at Forrester Research, Inc.; and Jason Shinn, an attorney with Lipson, Neilson, Cole, Seltzer and Garin, PC in Detroit, Michigan. The podcast is approximately 48 minutes in length, and listeners are encouraged to download a complete transcript of the podcast.

Moderator Toby Younis said, "With the discovery-related amendments to the FRCP in 2006 and again in 2007, many corporate litigators are finding themselves sitting on the "Discovery Hotseat," expected to satisfy a whole new set of requirements establshed by their firms, corporate clients, and the courts. With the amount of e-Discovery related case law the courts are creating, it's going to be tough to keep up. We think our timely, professionally edited and produced podcasts will help attorneys and corporate counsel stay on track. We're going to provide key insights from successful e-Discovery practitioners. We've gone to great lengths to ensure that we have a truly knowledgeable group of experts in this series,"

He added, "If any of our listeners are interested in being interviewed, moderating a roundtable, or participating in aroundtable, or if they have any ideas about "hot" topics to cover in the podcast, they should contact me at 1-800-657-1542. We look forward to hearing from them."

For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contactpress @ b2bmarketingpro.com (Press) or visit Legal Technology Radio. Please watch for announcements of additional podcasts in the series.

About Podcasting: Podcasting is an evolving Internet technology that enables distribution of audio and video content. It allows listeners or viewers to easily and quickly download the content from servers to their computers, then, if they choose, to their personal and portable media players.

About Legal Technology Radio: Legal Technology Radio is a property of National Legal Media, LLC, a subsidiary of B2B Marketing Pro, LLC. Legal Technology Radio is the source for contemporary podcasts covering the issues in legal technology, e-Discovery (or electronic discovery), and litigation support.

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