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E-DISCOVERY 2013 - MP3 SEMINAR (1230-1430)E-DISCOVERY 2013 - MP3 SEMINAR (1230-1430)
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No litigation matter can escape the dreaded "E" of discovery - virtually every piece of relevant information is electronic today because of our dependence on computers and mobile devices. Regardless of the size of your firm or the type of your practice, every lawyer has to deal with electronically stored information (ESI) today. This session will provide you with the basics you need to work proficiently in this demanding and confusing new world.


Featuring National Legal Technology & E-Discovery Expert:

BRETT R. BURNEY


* Introduction:  What Is the "E" in E-Discovery?


* Recent E-Discovery Case Law & Amendments To the Federal and State Rules


* Collection of Electronically Stored Information

  • Legal Holds and Duties

  • How To Talk To Your Client About Collecting Electronically Stored Information


Processing, Culling, & Reviewing Efficiently Electronically Stored Information

  • Inexpensive Tools

  • "Legacy" Software

  • Pros and Cons of Cloud-Based Services


* Producing Electronically Stored Information Without Getting Into Trouble


* How To Ask For Documents From the Opposing Party


* Collecting, Reviewing, & Producing Social Media

  • Facebook

  • Twitter

  • Blogs

  • How To Produce Social Media Information to the Opposing Party

  • Common Pitfalls for Collecting & Previewing Social Media


* Avoiding Ethical Complaints in E-Discovery

RACHAEL L. FLETCHER CIPOLETTI, CHIEF LAWYER

West Virginia Office of Disciplinary Counsel


This seminar is accredited for 6.7 WV MCLE credits, including 6.7 Ethics/L.O.M. credits