Do you know what ESI is?
What are native files?
How do you respond to a litigation hold?
So you just received eDiscovery – what do you do know? Do you know the proper steps to take? Unfortunately, despite the importance of eDiscovery in litigation today many attorneys still don’t even know the basics. In today’s electronic world, being prepared to properly respond to eDiscovery demands can now make or break your client’s cases. Join Alex Marjanovic of DTI as he provides insight into the most efficient way to respond to eDiscovery in one of our newest courses I Think I Just Received eDiscovery: What Now?.
Mr. Marjanovic covers three main areas, including the key terms you need to know to get results, litigation holds and the three primary methods that firms are currently handling e-discovery. In reviewing the three primary eDiscovery methods, Mr. Marjanovic provides a cost benefit analysis and the potential for sanctions with each of the three methods: review on your computer, review hard copy of ESI and review in database.
The course further addresses many of the terms and ideologies that are commonly seen when working with ESI and litigation holds. Attorneys taking this course should expect to learn about efficient e-discovery review & production, how to justify a Protective Order for production of electronic files due to burden of cost and what red flags to look for when trying to get a Motion to Compel for production of electronic documents.
Alex Marjanovic is the Regional Sales Director for DTI, a national provider of electronic discovery services, with responsibility for San Diego and Orange County, California. Mr. Marjanovic has had extensive experience with electronic and paper-based discovery and related litigation production/discovery matters over the past nine years. Mr. Marjanovic and his team of Litigation Consultants help in-house and outside counsel streamline their document reviews and productions by guiding them through efficient and cost effective electronic discovery technologies and methodologies.
This CLE course on eDiscovery is currently accredited in the following states:
- Alaska (AK)
- Arizona (AZ)
- California (CA)
- Connecticut (CT)
- District of Columbia (DC)
- Illinois (IL)
- Maryland (MD)
- Massachusetts (MA)
- Michigan (MI)
- New Jersey (NJ)
- Pennsylvania (PA)
- South Dakota (SD)
Attorney Credits offers continuing legal education (CLE) for attorneys in Illinois (IL) and around the country. For more information about CLE in Illinois please click the following link: Illinois CLE.