Unfortunately due to varying requirements among State by State CLE approval authorities for prerecorded material, we are not able to offer CLE credit for recorded webinars.  We can only offer CLE credit for the live sessions.

December 11, 2017

Data Security: What All Lawyers Need to Know

Organizations are increasingly under siege from a variety of electronic-based threats. They range from malicious insiders and cyber criminals to lax internal protocols and unsecured corporate networks. While these factors have posed eDiscovery challenges for years, they are particularly troubling at this time.
September 13, 2017

Hot Topics in eDiscovery in 2017

2017 has ushered in a number of key eDiscovery developments that clients and counsel should understand. These developments include a new discovery pilot program with accelerated ESI production timelines; technological advances influencing the discovery of relevant communications; and a new round of cyber-attacks and data breaches. Come listen to a panel of experts as they discuss these developments and spotlight best practices for addressing the issues.
June 16, 2017

eDiscovery and Ethical Considerations for Social Media

Social media presents dynamic and complex challenges for even seasoned eDiscovery practitioners. Preservation and production difficulties abound, particularly with the proliferation of social messaging applications among consumers and businesses.
April 13, 2017

Safeguarding the Attorney-Client Privilege in Discovery

The attorney-client privilege is one of the most important legal traditions in the United States. Hailed as one of the lynchpins of the adversary system, it has been called everything from sacred and sacrosanct to essential and compellingly important. And yet, safeguarding privileged information has become particularly challenging in the age of eDiscovery.
November 17, 2016

How Well Is Your Information Governance Program Working?

If your organization has implemented or is implementing an Information Governance program, congratulations! Information Governance programs are key to controlling legal and business risk by limiting how much data your organization holds, controlling where data is kept, and improving accessibility of important data. But, not so fast… has your organization actually achieved all of those things?