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Understanding and Using Electronic Discovery Under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the Federal Rules of Evidence

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The 2006 changes in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure have codified a national approach to discovery of electronically stored information (ESI). As a result, proper case management now requires that litigators become familiar with the client's computer systems and ESI before the Rule 26 conference.

Learning Objectives

This audio seminar will assist you in understanding the scope of the electronically stored information for which you are now responsible, and provide a survey of case law concerning the obligations to preserve and produce that information. But the mere preservation and production of ESI (or requesting and receiving ESI) does not guarantee that the ESI can be used at trial.

This audio seminar also covers the hurdles to using ESI at trial, and provide specific discussion on how to get email and other ESI admitted into evidence.

Authors

Philip H. Cohen, Adam B. Landa, Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Format

2 CD Set with bound 52 page manual
Copyright 2008

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