The Good, the Bad, the Expensive: How to Move Beyond the Basics and Practice eDiscovery at an Advanced Level (USB Seminar)

MCLE Credits: 4.0
Ethics Credits Included: 0.0

MCLE Credit: 4.0 (Ethics: 0.0)
Live-Interactive Credit: 0.0
Price: $195 - USB with electronic materials
$225 - USB plus printed materials (includes electronic materials)
Available Through: 9/30/2016

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A pre-recorded video replay of the September 2013 live seminar, The Good, the Bad, the Expensive: How to Move Beyond the Basics and Practice eDiscovery at an Advanced Level.


Topics covered include:

  • The latest eDiscovery case law developments and trends
  • The basics of computer forensics
  • Understanding your client's challenges, from the perspective of in-house counsel
This seminar brings together leaders from the bench and bar to examine how to practice eDiscovery at an advanced level. Beginning with an update on eDiscovery case law and analysis of emerging trends in the practice of eDiscovery, the course moves to computer forensics to answer these questions: What data can—and cannot—be recovered from computers, smartphones, flash drives, digital copiers, iPods, GPS devices, cameras, computer swipe cards, social media, etc.? How do you find good experts? How do you make sure the evidence is preserved? What really happens in a computer forensics lab? How do experts cull, dedupe, deNIST, analyze, and extract data? How do you effectively use your experts in court? This session covers the basics of digital forensics in plain English.

Next, a key component of practicing eDiscovery at an advanced level is understanding and addressing the challenges faced by litigants trying to comply with their eDiscovery obligations and still run their businesses. A panel of in-house counsel provides real-world examples of some of the thorny and expensive eDiscovery issues they have faced in recent years.

The seminar culminates with a mock hearing before a federal magistrate judge, arguing a Motion to Compel that addresses some of the more challenging eDiscovery issues practitioners face today.
 

Schedule

Faculty

COURSE PLANNER

Monica McCarroll, Williams Mullen / Richmond

FACULTY

Hon. Theresa C. Buchanan, U.S. District Court E.D. Va. / Alexandria
Jason Eakes, Capital One / Richmond
Monica McCarroll, Williams Mullen / Richmond
Sharon D. Nelson, Sensei Enterprises, Inc. / Fairfax
Kenneth M. Reiss, Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation / Falls Church
John W. Simek, Sensei Enterprises, Inc. / Fairfax
J. Forbes Thompson, Williams Mullen / Washington, D.C.

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