The year is almost over, but you still have time for more continuing legal education (CLE). If you've been looking for an opportunity to complete CLE credit from the comfort of your home or office, today is your lucky day.
Fitch, Even, Tabin & Flannery will host "Collection, Review, and Production of Your Client's Electronic Information," a free electronic discovery webinar, on December 14, at 9:00 am PST/12:00 pm EST.
The course will be a painless - and did we mention free? - way to brush up on how the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the Federal Rules of Evidence impact electronically stored information (ESI).
Between cloud computing and the new Model Order on E-Discovery in Patent Cases, ESI is becoming one of the top issues for intellectual property attorneys.
This webinar will review and discuss the following topics:
- Collecting ESI for further use in the e-discovery process
- Processing collected ESI, including reducing the volume and converting formats to facilitate review
- Reviewing ESI for relevance and privilege
- Producing ESI to others in appropriate forms and storage media
- How the Federal Rules affect the above procedures
- Some example methodologies for collecting, processing, and producing ESI
Fitch Even Associate Shane Delsman will lead the webinar, which will conclude with an interactive Q&A session.
CLE credit for this program is pending in California, Illinois, and Nebraska. If you practice in any other state, the firm will offer assistance for seeking CLE credit.
Registration for the webinar is required, and can be completed here.
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