Digital Evidence & eDiscovery Law Practice

If you have not yet been served with discovery requests seeking electronic documents or email, the chances are you will soon be. In the likely event you are served, what are your obligations in responding to discovery seeking electronic evidence? Do you possess the technological sophistication necessary to properly advise clients on what to do with regard to preserving electronic evidence once it becomes apparent that litigation is a possibility? When is it appropriate for you to request a computer forensic investigation? What is the current case providing guidance for the costs of producing electronic evidence and what are appropriate sanctions for not producing electronic evidence or failing to prevent it from spoliation? These questions and many more are answered in this course. Click on any of the feature modules for details

Course Curriculum
Over the duration of this course, you will walk through the following modules: