eDiscovery is on the rise. In 2015 and so far in 2016, we’ve seen an uptick in data breaches and cybersecurity threats. With the Internet of Things and the information flooding in the cloud and on the Internet, there’s an increasing risk for corporate organizations. To address this, organizations and lawyers have to proactively learn and prepare for eDiscovery and its evolving use of technology.
Being prepared is an iterative process. To that end, this program examines how to classify information for retention and destruction purposes for eDiscovery under the umbrella of an information governance strategy. It will introduce and review all of the current eDiscovery software, the underlying technology and how to get free “Open Source” eDiscovery collection, review and predictive coding software.
Attorneys will learn how to issue discovery requests before the parties’ FRCP Rule 26(f) “meet and confer” conference and how to avoid FRCP Rule 37(e) sanctions. Moreover, attorneys will understand the key concept of FRCP Rule 26(b) on “proportionality," i.e., that the information sought during discovery is “proportional to the needs of the case.” Finally, there will be a discussion on present trends and the future of eDiscovery from the vantage point of the new FRCP rules (effective this past December 2015) and evolving technology as well as some additional tips, techniques and guidelines for practitioners.
I. Identify current eDiscovery procedure and tools
II. Grasp relevant federal laws, especially revised FRCP
III. Comprehend current status and case law on eDiscovery: Technology Assisted Review (TAR)
IV. Gain practical guidance on the use of eDiscovery tools and techniques for all practitioners small and large
This course is pre-approved for CLE credit in the following states. If your state is not listed, contact support for more information on how to receive credit
He was a great presenter. I would like to see more from him and more on eDiscovery.
Would love to see more on this topic
Very much appreciate links to outside resources provided by the speaker.
Most useful eDiscovery lecture that I have seen online.
This was, hands down, the best, most inclusive and concise and well presented, and practice relevant, CLE I have taken in many years.
very helpful program in today's envirnoment
Very informative. Great materials.
Fantastic presentation and presenter!
Excellent course on a very timely topic.
written materials particularly good
I look forward to watching his courses. They are very informative and useful.
Really informative slides
This was a very enlightening course.
Woe - a huge amount of information. Could easily have run two or more hours. But for somelike myself working in a small firm, it was a good intriduction.
Good job-am somewhat familiar with this area; however, this course raised issues and conclusions I hadn't thought about before.
Excellent coverage of this complicated subject matter.
guy was smart.
Outstanding course and presentation thereof.
Very good supporting materials. Excellent presentation.
Extremely informative and detailed in this area of e-discovery.
very good program
Exceptional slides...I will definitely refer back to them in the future.
Excellent course, on a topic that all litigators should study in the near future. Covered an important topic very well.
Highly relevant and well-organized for the definite wave of the future in not only complex cases but eventually non-complex as well.
Good overview. Speaker was well-versed and speaking from experience with up-to-date information. This course could have been 1.5 hours, allowing more detailed discussion of several of the slides.
Really excellent presentation of the complexity of volume, storage and production of e-discovery data and difficulty in knowing what to look for and use of programs to try to simplify the process and find the relevant stuff!!!!
Very informative and fast-paced.
Very interesting and timely presentation.
Very informative and useful; the slides are great reference materials.
Thank you for another superb program -- thorough and clearly presented.
This topic was so complex and large a longer course would have been better.
Great presentation. I greatly enjoyed the subject matter and the precise manner of presentation.
speaker knows his stuff