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Overcoming Six Common Client Objections to Litigation Holds

Jul 2, 2015 | Raleigh, NC, United States
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Lenor Marquis Segal

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Nora F. Sullivan

Lenor Marquis Segal and Nora Sullivan were recently featured in a Sound Advice segment produced by the American Bar Association’s Young Advocates Committee. The presentation, entitled Overcoming Six Common Client Objections to Litigation Holds, focused on strategies to illustrate how litigation holds are in the best interest of the client. The audio program can be found on the ABA’s website at this link.

About Lenor Marquis Segal

Lenor Marquis Segal has extensive complex commercial litigation experience spanning intellectual property, regulatory compliance, contract disputes, business torts, employment law, export controls, and beyond. She counsels clients on litigation and mediation matters, as well as compliance, business, and risk management issues. Ms. Marquis Segal has a special interest in and emphasis on the challenges and opportunities of e-discovery, and enjoys teaching about e-discovery through writing and speaking. She has been given a rating of AV® Preeminent in Martindale-Hubbell and has been recognized by Super Lawyers Magazine as a “Rising Star” in business litigation since 2014.

About Nora Sullivan

Nora Sullivan focuses her practice in complex commercial litigation and medical malpractice defense. In 2015, Ms. Sullivan was named to the Business North Carolina “Legal Elite,” in the Young Guns category. She received her B.A. from the University of North Carolina and her J.D. from the University of North Carolina School of Law, where she was Symposium Editor of the North Carolina Law Review.

About the Young Advocates Committee

The Young Advocates Committee (YAC) serves as a resource for young litigators in their respective practices and within the Section of Litigation. The committee’s mission is threefold: (1) to provide continuing education and discussion on issues affecting the profession, and younger litigators in particular, and assist in the development of practice skills; (2) provide networking opportunities with other YAC and Section of Litigation members; and (3) serve as a gateway to other Section of Litigation committees and opportunities, including promoting the involvement of diverse young lawyers who practice in a variety of settings. The YAC recognizes and celebrates the future of the profession and the Section of Litigation: the young litigator.