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This webinar will explore the most effective ways to develop a discovery strategy for construction cases. We will identify the primary project witnesses, facts and data; how to draft effective interrogatories and document requests with a focus on key events and milestones during projects; constructing a meaningful Electronically Stored Information protocol for the exchange of email and other digital records; and concerns for preserving privileged communications. We will also compare discovery strategies depending on whether the dispute is in arbitration or courts of law.
The advent of digital recordkeeping has dramatically increased the burden of discovery in litigation. Parties to disputes and their counsel need to evaluate the scope of discovery early in a dispute and to create a discovery budget and plan for success. The presenter has drawn upon decades of investigation experiences to apply his best evaluative practices to the rapidly changing digital age.
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Joshua B. Levy is a member of Husch Blackwell’s Real Estate, Development & Construction Team. Josh has represented clients for more than 25 years in construction disputes and claims. He focuses his practice on the complete array of construction services and litigation, as well as employment law. He provides contractors, designers, owners and developers tremendous experience and knowledge in all areas of construction from his time in private practice and as general counsel. He handles construction disputes in state and federal courts, arbitrations and OSHA hearings. A dedicated advocate, Josh has represented clients in more than 50 American Arbitration Association hearings, state and federal court and jury trials, and has served as an Arbitrator on the AAA Construction Industry Panel of Neutrals.
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