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 10, 2014

2014 eDiscovery Caselaw Update: What’s new in eDiscovery

014 has been an interesting year for e-Discovery. Join us as we review caselaw highlights reflecting how courts continue to address new issues and new technologies.
October 15, 2014

Litigation Ready, Set, Go! -Creating Your Litigation Readiness Plan

How much will discovery cost your company?  Large cases frequently run into the millions of dollars, especially when companies are not prepared to respond efficiently.  Come and learn how to ensure your company is not caught off guard.  We will discuss how you can decrease discovery costs and the risks of sanctions by analyzing your data sources and structure, creating repeatable discovery processes, and creating protocols to actively manage your discovery costs.
August 5, 2014

The Real Value of Structured Data

The typical eDiscovery conversation is focused on the “vast universe of emails” that counsel wants to search or the “document that was intentionally deleted.” It’s too easily forgotten and often neglected, but there’s a wealth of information hidden within structured data sources that can be analyzed to tell yet an even more convincing story than that of an email thread.
June 25, 2014

Data Security for Lawyers

More than ever, confidentiality of client data hinges on data security.  Internal company policies, U.S. consumer protection laws, and international data protection laws are increasingly strict about data protection, and penalties for improper handling of data range from criminal to financial to reputational.
May 14, 2014

Ethical Considerations in e-Discovery and Potentially Sanctionable Conduct

In this presentation, we will discuss ethical considerations in e-Discovery and recent case law in which sanctions were granted for questionable e-Discovery decisions. Additionally, we will discuss the proposed amendments to Fed. R. Civ. P. 37, which currently provides a basis for sanctions by courts for e-Discovery violations and unethical conduct.