Litigating with Electronic Information in Civil Cases (Part 2)
Created on February 09, 2021
Electronic information is now a common feature throughout civil litigation. In order to competently litigate in federal and state courts, attorneys should understand the waiver of attorney-client privilege and work product in electronic information, the imposition of sanctions for the loss of that information, and the admissibility of electronic information.
This second of two programs, taught by Ronald Hedges and Sean Hunt, is essential for civil litigators in state or federal court.
- Avoid waiver of attorney-client privilege and work-product protection when using electronic information
- Recognize when sanctions for loss of electronic information might be imposed and the nature of those sanctions
- Get electronic information admitted into evidence
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