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Most lawyers know that relevant electronically stored information (ESI) must be preserved for litigation, but surprisingly few have implemented a defensible preservation process. Without a defensible process for preserving relevant ESI, the entire discovery process is subject to collapse, leaving organizations vulnerable to data loss and court sanctions. This program reviews requirements for preserving relevant ESI and delineates guidelines and best practices for establishing a defensible preservation process for ESI.

Topics covered include:

  • Practical steps for defensibly preserving relevant ESI
  • Requirements under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and common law regarding ESI preservation
  • Tips for triaging and mitigating ESI spoliation issues

Speakers:
– Hon. William Matthewman, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
– Ruth C. Hauswirth, Special Counsel, E-Discovery and Information Retention, Cooley LLP
– Corey Lee, Partner, Jones Day
– Phil Favro, Consultant, Driven, Inc.

CLE Status: Approved: California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, North Caroline, Texas, Washington Pending: New Jersey, Virginia *This presentation is approved or pending CLE accreditation in the aforementioned States for 1 general credit. **Please note that you must attend the entire webinar to be eligible for CLE credit. Each participant must be logged into the webinar in order to receive credit. ***If you are seeking CLE accreditation in another State, you will receive a Certificate of Attendance as proof of your participation. Please check with your State Bar to ensure you can be accredited through reciprocity.

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Organization: Driven Inc.

Type: Webinar

Date: June 23rd

Time: 11:00 AM PDT

Focus Area: eDiscovery, Investigations and Forensics

Intended for: Attorneys, Other Business Professionals

CPE: MCLE

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