E-Discovery for Small Firms & Solo Practitioners
About this Program
The most common question in E-discovery is "Where is the data?". In this course, attorney Patrick O’Guinn and e-discovery consultants Keith Jones and Jason Briody provide clear answers to this question by explaining the expensive and complex process of e-discovery from examining discoverable data on clouds to hard drives. The program explains the relationship between e-discovery and the privilege rules, and even addresses whether your data from track changes is discoverable. Additionally, the course covers different methods for collecting, producing, examining, and culling data. Finally, the three presenters provide a number of methods and practical tips for reducing costs. After watching this program, you will never again be confused by metadata, and will understand how best to handle the process of e-discovery for your firm.
I. Preparing for E-Discovery
II. Collecting ESI
III. Culling Data
IV. Reducing Costs
Very technical - but well presented
its rather basic..
Great examples and clarity in presentation.
Excellent overview of E-Discovery
Excellent. Very practical.
The best program that I have seen in years.
Great source of information
Very informative and interesting course. I am familiar with e discovery, although none of my cases have ever used it. This was an eye opener.
Excellent program with great detail and suggestions for how to get things done.
Give some examples of cost for technicians etc.
Good overview of a current topic.
Very informative about matter everyone these days should know more about.
This was a very well done presentation on a complex and intimidating topic for a solo practitioner. It also was a very cogent and smooth presentation.