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Lorman Seminar: Defining Electronic Data Terminology and Concepts

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Posted on May 29th, 2010

Length: 96 minutes
Product ID: 383833EAU

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OnDemand Webinar: $199.00 $179.10 Register Now

Electronic discovery has fundamentally altered both the corporate and legal worlds. The discovery and production of electronic records is now expected by litigants and courts alike. Attend this OnDemand webinar and learn how to determine what is ‘electronically stored information’ and proven methods for litigation readiness in the eDiscovery era.


  1. Determining What Is ‘Electronically Stored Information’
    1. IMs
    2. Chat Rooms
    3. Voice Mail
  2. Understanding How Different Types of Data Are Stored (Email IM, Video, Audio, etc.) and How the Method of Storage May Impact Your eDiscovery Obligations
  3. Assessing Various Methods of Searching Electronically Stored Information
  4. Litigation Readiness in the eDiscovery Era
  5. Questions and Answers


Bruce A. Radke, Vedder Price PC
David W. Meadows, Navigant Consulting

Bruce A. Radke is a shareholder with Vedder Price PC and member of the Litigation Practice Area. He is co-chair of firm’s Records Management and eDiscovery Practice Group. Mr. Radke regularly counsels clients on all aspects of records management, and has written and spoken extensively on records retention, email and electronic discovery
He has assisted clients in responding to data security breaches and conducted data privacy audits. Mr. Radke earned his J.D. degree, magna cum laude, and B.A. degree, cum laude, from the University of Illinois. He can be contacted at 312-609-5005 or

David W. Meadows, a director in the Disputes and Investigations Practice of Navigant Consulting, focuses on assisting corporate law departments and law firms with large-scale discovery requests, advanced technical implementations and computer forensics. Mr. Meadows leads Navigant Consulting’s Midwest Region Computer Forensics Group. He has assisted clients in varying industries with all aspects of technology and its use in the discovery process. Mr. Meadows current clients include a large municipality and international health services company. He is guiding them through the process of creating data maps, establishing defensible litigation hold procedures, and selecting technology to lower the cost of and increase the efficiency of their discovery response programs. He has more than 14 years of experience in discovery on civil, class action, multiparty, multidistrict and regulatory matters. Mr. Meadows is a member of the Project Management Institute and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. He is the author of “Using Contract Attorneys for Productive Large-Scale Document Reviews” Digital Discovery & e-Evidence, November 2006. Mr. Meadows received his B.B.A. degree in finance from Iowa State University. He is a certified project management professional. Mr. Meadows can be reached at 312-583-6842 or via email at

Continuing Education Units

  • CLE (Please check the “Detailed Credit Information” page for states that have already been approved)
  • NALA
  • Additional credit may be available upon request. Contact Lorman at 866-352-9540 for further information.

Additional credit may be available upon request. We cannot guarantee availability, but we will check into it for you. Contact Lorman at  1-866-352-9540 for further information.

One attendee may receive credit per registration.

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