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.

July 13, 2020

Hot Topics in Infogov and eDiscovery

2020 has already ushered in a number of key developments of which clients and counsel should be aware in the areas of Information Governance, discovery, cybersecurity and data protection. These developments include key practice and caselaw developments related to instant messaging and enterprise collaboration platforms, discovery management in the time of Covid, technology-assisted review (TAR), cross border data transfers and data privacy. This program will address these developments and spotlight recommendations for addressing the issues.
June 22, 2020
Litigation Hold

The Art of the Litigation Hold

Most lawyers know that relevant evidence must be preserved for litigation, but surprisingly few have implemented an effective litigation hold process. Without a workable approach to litigation holds, the entire discovery process is subject to collapse, leaving organizations vulnerable to data loss and court sanctions. To reverse this trend, lawyers must spearhead among their clients and within their firms the development of a defensible hold process.
June 8, 2020

Ephemeral Messaging: Balancing the Benefits and Risks

Ephemeral messaging is a dynamic technology that offers its users tremendous potential, but is also rife with risks. For some organizations, ephemeral messaging provides an opportunity to bolster their information governance processes, satisfy cross-border data protection laws, and meet domestic privacy requirements. Other enterprises see risks with using ephemeral messaging such as not preserving relevant information for lawsuits or failing to satisfy government regulators that proscribe or discourage the use of ephemeral messaging. This program will analyze the benefits and risks of ephemeral messaging and spotlight recommendations for addressing the issues.
May 15, 2020

The Law on ESI Spoliation Sanctions

Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 37(e) was revised in 2015 to provide a more predictable framework for imposing sanctions stemming from failures to preserve relevant electronically stored information (ESI). Since that time, courts have issued numerous decisions that address a variety of different issues relating to ESI spoliation. This program is designed to provide insights on the nuanced nature of the FRCP sanctions framework and an update on case law.
April 23, 2020

Practical & Ethical Considerations for Social Media Discovery

Social media presents dynamic and complex challenges for even seasoned eDiscovery practitioners. Preservation and production difficulties abound, particularly with the proliferation of messaging applications among consumers and businesses over the past few years. Fold in ethical issues and it becomes readily apparent why social media presents unique discovery challenges to counsel and clients. This program will analyze these issues and provide both practical and ethical insights on a particularly compelling discovery practice area.