CLE Program

View from the Bench: E-Discovery


Date: Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Time: 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.


Massachusetts Bar Association
Conference Room 101
20 West St
Boston, MA, 02111

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The Massachusetts Bar Association’s Judicial Administration Section is pleased to bring its “View from the Bench” program series back to Boston this spring. View from the Bench programs provide valuable insights for new attorneys and seasoned litigators, allowing for an opportunity to pose questions to a judicial panel in a comfortable and confidential environment.

Judicial Administration Section Vice Chair Michael H. Hayden will moderate a panel discussion with sitting judges who will discuss recent amendments to the Massachusetts and Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which focus squarely on electronic discovery and now allow for discovery plans concerning electronically stored information. 

Please join us for a panel discussion, featuring Superior and Federal Court judges, concerning party obligations to:

  1. Preserve
  2. Disclose
  3. Produce
  4. Supplement
  5. Pay for electronically stored information

Additional topics will include the potential sanctions parties may face for non-compliance, cost allocations, subpoena of ESI from non-parties and admissibility at trial.

A networking reception will follow the panel discussion.


Michael H. Hayden, Esq., Program Chair
Morrison Mahoney LLP, Boston
Hon. Jennifer C. Boal, Panelist
Massachusetts U.S. District Court, Boston
Hon. Anthony M. Campo, Panelist
Suffolk Superior Court, Boston
Hon. Mitchell Kaplan, Panelist
JAMS, Boston
Hon. Maynard M. Kirpalani, Panelist

Sponsoring Sections:

Judicial Administration Section

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