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Gathering Electronic Evidence: An Advanced Guide for Paralegals

  • 12/11/2019
  • 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Webcast

REGISTER: https://ipe.nbi-sems.com/ProductDetails/Gathering-Electronic-Evidence-An-Advanced-Guide-for-Paralegals/Video-Webcast/84400ER_OHOHPAET408400000?st=WA&pt=1

Program Description

Uncover Creative New Approaches to Preservation, Collection, Review and Management

Handling electronic evidence in discovery is challenging. New data sources, uncooperative parties, preservation pitfalls and the sheer volume of electronic data can present major problems and make the process grind to a halt. Are you making the most of the resources available to you? Do you know the best strategies for overcoming common e-discovery snags? In this program, seasoned faculty will provide you with tools and techniques to avoid issues and quickly get the information you need. Enhance your e-discovery skills - register today!

  • Create efficient, effective and legally-defensible litigation holds.
  • Learn how to draft better discovery requests and motions for electronic evidence.
  • Find out how to successfully get records from Facebook, Twitter and other social media companies.
  • Uncover more efficient ways of reviewing and combing through massive amounts of data.
  • Hear how to recover “lost” data and work effectively with forensic experts.
  • Gain a stronger understanding of metadata and how to safeguard the authenticity of electronic files.

Who Should Attend

This advanced-level course is designed to give paralegals the knowledge and tools they need to effectively maneuver through e-discovery issues. Those who should attend include:

  • Paralegals
  • Legal Technicians
  • Legal Assistants
  • Legal Support Staff

Course Content

  1. Top Discovery Strategies to Get the Information Your Firm Needs
  2. Overcoming Difficulties in Acquiring All Social Media Evidence
  3. Critically Examining Electronic Evidence Provided - The Paralegal's Role
  4. Working with Forensic Experts Concerning Computer Imaging and Examination
  5. Preservation Challenges and Spoliation Pitfalls to Avoid
  6. Effectively Organizing Documents, Creating Chronologies and Privilege Logs
  7. Paralegal Ethics for Electronic Evidence

Washington State Paralegal Association
PO Box 58530
Seattle, WA 98138-1530
info@wspaonline.org 

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