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The Ex-Employee: Discovery/Privilege Issues When the Plaintiff's Lawyer Comes Knockin'

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Claims & Litigation Management Alliance
JW Marriott – San Antonio Hill Country, 23808 Resort Parkway, San Antonio, TX
Thursday, April 11, 2013 - 10:15am

Matthew Keris is a featured speaker at this year's CLM Annual Conference in San Antonio, Texas. He joins Marla Bigeleisen from Hamlin & Burton Liability Management, Frank Brier from Geisinger System Services, and Christopher Greene from Canal Insurance Company in presenting "The Ex-Employee: Discovery/Privilege Issues When the Plaintiff's Lawyer Comes Knockin'." The former employee of a defendant can be a "wildcard" witness in any type of case, whether it be medical malpractice, trucking accident or an employment matter. This session is essential for all corporate parties to attend so they can insulate themselves from damaging evidence from spurned witnesses. Discussions as to best practices and attorney/client privilege will be featured along with an overview of common discovery issues in this scenario. By participating in this session, attendees will be better prepared in coordinating a confidential employee exit process with counsel's objections in any subsequent litigation that involves former staff.

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