Despite the increased importance of eDiscovery in today’s legal world many attorneys still don’t even know the basics… what’s ESI??? How do you respond to a litigation hold? What are native files?
What is ESI??
If you’re a trial attorney and you don’t know what ESI is… then you need to take this CLE course!
In today’s electronic world, being prepared to properly respond to eDiscovery demands can make or break your client’s case – and your litigation budget. In this CLE course Alex Marjanovic and Greg Mahoney show you the most efficient way to respond to eDiscovery by discussing the key terms you need to know to get results, litigation holds and the three primary methods that firms are currently handling e-discovery. To access the course please click here: eDiscovery Fundamentals.
Three Primary eDiscovery Methods
Alex and Greg also review the three primary eDiscovery methods and provides a cost benefit analysis and the potential for sanctions with each of the three methods (1) Review on your computer (2) Review hard copy of ESI and (3) Review in database. The analysis of the three methods is conducted with the use of a sample data set that could be found in any litigation matter today.
Alex Marjanovic is the Managing Partner of Sales at Epiq, a national and international provider of electronic discovery services, with responsibility over the Southwestern States of the U.S. He has had extensive experience with electronic and paper-based discovery and related litigation production/discovery matters over the past 14 years. Greg Mahoney is the Director of Legal Solutions at Epiq Global. He collaborates with law firms, government agencies and corporations throughout the eDiscovery process.
This CLE course is offered in the following states:
District of Columbia (DC)
New Hampshire (NH)
New Jersey (NJ)
New York (NY)
North Dakota (ND)
South Dakota (SD)
Attorney Credits offers CLE for attorneys in Illinois and around the country. For more information about CLE in Illinois please click the following link: IL CLE.