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E-Discovery 201 Webinar Series: Evidence Admissibility, Expert Witnesses, Data Breaches

E-Discovery | Mar 19, 2015

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For the last three months we've been hard at work designing what we consider one of the best e-discovery webinar series available today. Working in concert with Joshua Gilliland of Bow Tie Law, we've assembled a team of experts to focus on the details of three advanced topics. This complimentary E-Discovery 201 webinar series features leading legal experts, including judges, specialist attorneys, and e-discovery consultants. Just as importantly, Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits are available to those who attend the live event.

E-Discovery 201 Special Focus Topics:  Whether you’re an attorney or a litigation support specialist, you can gain a new level of understanding on these three topics that can strengthen your standing in upcoming litigation:

  • Wed., 4/8 – Evidence Admissibility: The Honorable Matthew A. Sciarrino, Jr. of the Kings County Supreme Court, Counsel Kathleen F. McConnell of Seyfarth Shaw LLP, Joshua Gilliland, Esq., of Bow Tie Law; and Chad McManamy, Esq., Assistant General Counsel at Guidance Software will provide insight into ensuring admissibility of evidence from several different perspectives.
  • Wed., 5/6 – The Value of Expert Witnesses: Court-recognized e-discovery expert Jim Vaughn will join Josh Gilliland and Chad McManamy to share his insight into the role and involvement of expert witnesses in helping defend the collection of ESI and review processes and other critical issues.
  • Wed., 6/10 – Executing Litigation Holds from a Data Breach: Chad McManamy and Josh Gilliland will be joined by Stephanie Sparks, the Shareholder and Chair of IP, Privacy and Data Security Groups at Hoge Fenton Jones & Appel, Inc. for an invaluable session on data breach notification requirements, the rules regarding preservation of responsive ESI, and e-discovery best practices for handling a breach.

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