How to Win the Meet and Confer

We all know the old saying, if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. When it comes to meet and confer, don’t plan to fail. In this upcoming LTRC webinar, learn how to reduce complexity, costs and risks by bringing a thorough game plan to the outset of eDiscovery. All attendees will receive an editable meet and confer checklist to structure their next meeting with opposing counsel.

Get advice and planning resources from the head of Nextpoint’s litigation services department and a tech-savvy litigator from Cline Williams.

Join us:

Wednesday, June 22nd
1:00pm – 1:30pm ET

Free Registration

Key Takeaways

  • Production protocol
  • Exchanging documents
  • Clawback agreements
  • Privilege waivers
  • Much more!

The Speakers:

Jonathan Papik
Associate, Cline Williams Wright Johnson & Oldfather, LLP

Jonathan Papik is an associate attorney based in Omaha, Neb. His litigation practice focuses on complex commercial matters and cases involving the government. Papik received a bachelor’s of science degree from Northwestern College in 2004 and a law degree from Harvard Law School in 2008, where he also served as executive editor of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy. He is currently admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the District of Nebraska and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.

Tricia Boguslawski,
Vice President of Client Success, Nextpoint

Tricia Boguslawski heads up Nextpoint’s Client Success team, consulting directly with legal professionals on their ongoing litigation support and technology needs. Prior to joining Nextpoint, Boguslawski spent 14 years overseeing technology operations and creating training and deployment plans for Kroll OnTrack/TrialGraphix. She received her bachelor’s of science degree in marketing from Northern Illinois University in 1995.

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Please note, this is a non-CLE webinar.

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