This 1.5 day course will provide attendees with an understanding of more complex e-discovery issues. It is designed for attorneys with a working knowledge of the rules governing electronic discovery and who have handled cases involving electronic evidence. Topics planned include progressive search methodologies, e-discovery of social media sites and predictive coding for large e-discovery productions. There will also be a session on planning for depositions of critical parties, an update on recent case law affecting electronic productions and e-discovery sanctions, and a presentation on new e-discovery technologies.
Please note this is an advanced course with limited attendance, so offices are not guaranteed a slot at the training, Applicants will be accepted on a first come, first served basis, with priority given to wide state representation and no previous attendance at an advanced class. If there is more than one applicant from a state, we ask that the state rank them in the order of acceptance.
Scholarship assistance will be made available for each registered participant.
For a detailed description of Advanced E-Discovery
including registration and hotel forms, download the preliminary announcement.
Friday, January 3, 2014