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E-Discovery: Now What? Seminar

May 13, 2008 - May 14, 2008


Montgomery McCracken partner Charles Casper will present at the E-Discovery: Now What? seminar. Mr. Casper will discuss Recent Decisions in E-Discovery- How are Courts Interepting the Rules?, Obtaining Data in Various Formats, and the Production of Electronic Evidence.

The following topics will be covered:

RECENT DECISIONS IN E-DISCOVERY – HOW ARE COURTS INTERPRETING THE RULES?

  • Data Format – What is Admissible?
  • Privilege Issues
  • Preservation and Document Retention/Destruction
  • Accessible vs. Inaccessible Data
  • Imposition of Sanctions

PRESERVATION AND DOCUMENT RETENTION/DESTRUCTION

  • 2006 FRCP Changes
  • Sedona Conference Best Practices
  • Model Preservation Notices
  • Model Interviews
  • Top Preservation Techniques – Data Structures and Organization
  • Helping Your Clients and Staff Comply

DESIGNING A COMPLIANT RECORD RETENTION POLICY 

  • Retention Issues
  • Destruction Issues
  • Systems
  • Data Structures and Organization

OBTAINING DATA IN VARIOUS FORMATS

  • Understanding Trade-Offs
  • Proper Viewing
  • Competent Handling
  • Appropriate Storing

PRIVILEGE ISSUES 

  • Model Confidentiality Agreement
  • How to Structure Protocols – Model Protocol
  • Search Techniques
  • Review Approaches
  • Cost Minimization

DISCOVERY CONFERENCE

  • 2006 FRCP Changes
  • Model Conference Agenda

PRODUCTION OF ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE

  • Production Requests – What to Ask for and How
  • E-mail
  • Databases
  • Documents
  • Media

DEPOSITIONS RELATING TO ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE

  • Preparing Your Expert for Deposition
  • Sample Questionnaire and Deposition Transcript

For complete program information and to register vist http://www.nbi-sems.com/seminfo/nbi-moreinfo.asp?session-id=43835.

May 13, 2008 at 9:00 AM – May 14, 2008 at 4:30 PM

800-930-6182
www.nbi-sems.com
CLE Credits : 6.0 CLE/ 6.0 NALA/ 6.0 NFPA pending