Top 10 Electronic Discovery Tips

Evidence Matters! Learn how to collect, review and present electronic evidence in all types of litigation. You will see demonstrations and real-world examples showing the use of computer, smartphone, and social media evidence in criminal, business litigation, employment, and family law cases. Learn the top 10 things litigators and their staff must know about Electronic Discovery.

  •         Updating client intake questionnaires and pleadings to deal with electronic evidence
  •         Preserving and collecting computer and smartphone evidence defensively
  •        Using smartphone (iPhone and Android) evidence in your next case
  •        Distinguishing your law firm with e-discovery best practices
  •         Culling electronic data based on issues in the case
  •         Obtaining social media (e.g. Facebook) and online "cloud" data
  •          Understanding the importance of text messages and email
  •          Using effective search and sampling strategies to find the evidence you need
  •          Performing cost-effective and efficient legal reviews
  •          Producing electronic evidence to the requesting party
  •     Persuading the judge or jury with electronic evidence

Presentation forms and materials include:

  • Complete PowerPoint PDF File
  • Electronic Discovery Case Law
  • E-Discovery Client Intake Questionnaire
  • Electronic Discovery Checklist.doc
  • Pleadings and Forms
  • Electronic Discovery Resources

A trial lawyer with a deep technical background, Tom Howe has over 25 years of experience in law and technology, and is a member of the Oregon and Washington bar associations. He has been referred to in articles as one of the leading e-discovery lawyers in the country, providing legal/technology consulting and expert witness services to some of the largest law firms, corporate legal departments, and e-discovery vendors in the United States. Tom is a regular keynote speaker at legal and technology conferences, and CLE classes across the United States and Canada, and has spoken at over 50 software-programming conferences worldwide. His practical and entertaining presentation style makes him highly sought after. In addition to speaking engagements, he has authored five books on law and technology.

 

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Date & Time
Wednesday, February 10, 2016, 3:00-5:00pm
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World Trade Center Mezzanine, Building 2, 26 SW Sa
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