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Ethics of eDiscovery

Technology has made it easier to store and locate large volumes of electronically stored information (ESI), complicating the eDiscovery process. The expert panel explores the ethical obligations upon all attorneys.
Training Course :OnDemand Recording
$299.00
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ISBN: 0006023440229
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Duration: 95 minutes

Technology has made it easier to store and locate large volumes of electronically stored information (ESI). Attorney responsibilities have become more complicated with the need to educate the client on ESI as well as engage in the proper preservation and production of ESI both before and during litigation. Through an examination of the requirements of Model Rules of Professional Conduct, this course focuses on the increased obligations created by electronic discovery procedures and gives practical guidance for litigators and in-house counsel on meeting those obligations.

Featuring nationally recognized E-Discovery experts Kyle Bisceglie, William Hamilton, and Jonathan Sablone, this course explores important issues among others on:

  1. Attorney competence in our ever-changing high tech world
  2. Zealous advocacy along with ethical, responsible, discovery practices
  3. Effectively avoiding and dealing with discovery abuses

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