Protecting Privilege in Multi-Matter Hosted Discovery
Maintaining confidentiality takes the skill of a navigator to ensure privileged material is not produced to an opposing party. What was privileged intellectual property in one case is privileged in another. Moreover, none of the attorney work that went into conducting document review in pattern litigation should be forgotten at the end of each case, but recycled for future use to save time and costs. Join Sam Korte, Esq., senior patent attorney at Garmin International, Inc., and Kate Head, Esq., of Advanced Discovery, to learn best practices in navigating the use of hosted discovery in multiple cases to streamline the review process.
The webinar will explore best practices for efficient workflows, including:
• Leveraging Hosted Repositories in Pattern Litigation to Expedite Discovery Requests
• Protecting Privileged Intellectual Property in Multiple Cases
• Maximizing the Return on Investment for Data Used in Patent Litigation
• Digitizing Historical Reference Material to Refute Claims
• Saving Costs Focusing on the Merits of the Case
Sam Korte, Esq., Senior Patent Attorney, Garmin International, Inc.
Sam is senior patent attorney with Garmin International, Inc. Garmin is the world’s leading navigation company, and has delivered over 100 million navigation devices since its founding in 1989. Sam is involved with intellectual property issues such as portfolio management, inbound and outbound patent licensing, patent prosecution and patent litigation within the U.S. and abroad. Sam holds a J.D. from the University of Kansas and a B.S.E.E. from Kansas State University.
Kate Head, Esq., Client Services Manager, Advanced Discovery
Kate Head is a client services manager in the Lenexa, Kansas office of Advanced Discovery. As a member of the Client Services Group she focuses on management and development of our hosting project management team and processes and protocols across all hosting markets. She has ten years of legal experience including all phases of litigation, six years of project management experience and five years of developing and mentoring project management teams. Kate has expert knowledge of Relativity and has helped manage complex litigation matters.