Evidentiary Implications of Technology in the Courtroom

This two-hour program will cover evidentiary implications of technology in the courtroom. Attendees will hear seasoned Oregon attorneys Ralph Spooner and Tim Williams discuss a variety of issues increasingly encountered by litigators, including:


         the mechanics of marking and admitting digital exhibits

         how to electronically display exhibits

         procedure for electronic exhibits going to jury

         effectively using an electronic presentation during opening and closing


Ralph is an experienced trial attorney with Spooner & Much. He defends clients in various types of cases, including complex institutional litigation, class actions, construction defects, liquor liability, premises liability, automobile accidents, employment, bad faith, and product liability. Tim is an established trial attorney with Dwyer Williams Potter.  He specializes in representing plaintiffs and has tried many personal injury cases, including auto accident, premises liability, and semi-truck accident cases.


For more information: Call Sim Rapoport, Attorney at Law at 503.997.6329. For registration questions, call the MBA at 503.222.3275.

Date & Time
Tuesday, June 09, 2015, 3:00pm-5:00pm
World Trade Center Mezzanine Room, Building 2, 26
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