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The Rules and Strategies of Requesting, Obtaining and Interpreting ESI

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Posted on September 8th, 2010

National Business Institute Seminar: California MCLE

REMINDER
Orange, California — September 14, 2010
Pasadena, California — September 15, 2010
9am – 4:30pm

Presented By :
Hon. James L. Smith
JAMS ADR

Diane E. Barry, Esq.
International Litigation Services, Inc.

Madison S. Spach Jr., Esq.
Spach, Capaldi & Waggaman, LLP

Seminars • Teleconferences • Webcasts

www.nbi-sems.com

Credit Information
California MCLE Paralegal
CLE – 6.0
IACET – 0.6
NALA – 6.0
NFPA – 6.0

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Register for this seminar!
800-930-6182 or www.nbi-sems.com

About this Seminar

Take the Guess Work Out of Your eDiscovery Practice

In today’s digital universe, evidence resides in an alarming number of electronic cracks and crevices. Not only do you need special skills to locate the relevant electronic data, you must also take steps to pristinely preserve the information. Don’t risk unintentional loss of vital evidence through ignorance – find out how FRCP rules have been interpreted, so you can request, collect, produce and analyze electronic evidence properly to preserve its admissibility and avoid sanctions. Enroll today!

7 Benefits of attending

  • Stay on the cutting edge of your practice with the latest update on how FRCP eDiscovery rules are being interpreted by the courts.
  • Don’t let the sheer volume of information overwhelm you: discover best practices for quickly and easily weeding out the information you do not need.
  • Understand and simplify the process: gain tips for efficient and effective eDiscovery by walking through identifying, preserving and collecting ESI.
  • Avoid sanctions with thorough knowledge of legal bounds in eDiscovery.
  • Don’t inadvertently sabotage the integrity of electronic evidence: gain practical tools for producing electronic data in various formats.
  • Avoid the mistakes others have made: use lessons learned from your colleagues to save you time, money and effort.
  • Learn how to make the best of your computer forensic analysis while minimizing your expenses

Who Should Attend

This basic-to-intermediate level program outlines the rules and strategy of electronic discovery and will benefit:

  • Attorneys
  • In-House Counsel
  • IT Professionals
  • Litigation Support Specialists
  • Paralegals

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