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E-Discovery: Identifying, Preserving, and Collecting

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Date Published

November 2, 2020

Publisher

Sonoma County Bar Association

Subjects

Discovery, General Law

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Summary

Topics to be Covered:

  • E-DISCOVERY BASICS
  • E-DISCOVERY MYTHS
  • SOURCES OF E-DISCOVERY LAW
  • AN E-DISCOVERY LAW PRIMER
  • MANAGING E-DISCOVERY
  • ALSO INTRODUCING A HYPOTHETICAL USED TO DISCUSS IDENTIFYING, PRESERVING, AND COLLECTING E-DISCOVERY

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Presenters

Laura Krieg
Advanced Certified Paralegal

Laura Krieg received her Paralegal Certificate from Sonoma State University in 2005, became a certified paralegal in 2012,... Read More

Eric. G. Young
Principal - Young Law Office

Mr. Eric G. Young is an attorney in Santa Rosa, practicing personal injury law. He has been a legal technology educator at... Read More

Marc Hunter
IT Specialist

Mr. Hunter’s passion for computers began in 1980 when he learned Kobalt & Fortran programing at Sonoma State University.... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Video Presentation
Presenter Handout
SCBA Evaluation Form
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Technical Requirements
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