Remember the days of telegrams and carbon paper? Snail mail, faxes, and physical files? Despite still having use in some situations, much of this technology has become a relic of a bygone era. Still, today’s modern landscape is dominated by technological advancement and electronic replacements for previous tools, from email to cloud-based filing systems and more!
Nonetheless, the legal profession is often slow to evolve, and many discovery requests remain stuck in the days of past technology. Even when discovery requests are updated, many lawyers get pummeled with increasing discovery expenses, costly discovery challenges, and roadblocks.
As emerging electronic evidence continues to become increasingly important in litigation, lawyers should revamp their discovery requests to strategically target electronic evidence and secure its production in a functional, complete form without incurring expenses that break the bank.
Requests and Forms as Modern as the Evidence You Seek, a new Justia Webinar eligible for one hour of General MCLE credit in California, is designed to help lawyers modernize their requests to target electronic evidence while aiding their bottom line.
Learn More About Requests and Forms as Modern as the Evidence You Seek
Requests and Forms as Modern as the Evidence You Seek will be led by Craig Ball, Trial Lawyer & Computer Forensic Examiner on Friday, June 9 at 3:00 p.m. ET/12:00 p.m. PT.
The presentation covers the nature and variety of emerging electronic evidence in litigation while examining how outdated discovery requests could be improved to suit many modern evidentiary formats. Attendees can expect to learn new, fresh approaches to discovery tasks that can help efficiently and economically obtain electronic evidence. Interested attorneys can review the full agenda here.
This useful information is free to all Justia Connect members attending the presentation, but one hour of California General MCLE credit is available for Justia Connect Pro members. While this presentation is only approved for CLE credit in California, other jurisdictions may award credit on a case-by-case basis through the self-submission process. More information on the CLE self-submission process in various states is available here.
Register for This Webinar
The first step in registering for any Justia Webinar is becoming a Justia Connect member. To activate their free membership, lawyers must simply claim their free profiles in the Justia Lawyer Directory.
After successfully claiming their profile, a lawyer can register for this webinar via the Justia Connect dashboard or by visiting the Justia Webinar Center. Registration is also available on the detailed webinar information page.
To obtain CLE credit for attending this presentation, lawyers must also upgrade to Justia Connect Pro. Our Pro memberships are available for as little as $16.65/month on an annual membership plan or $19.99/month on a monthly membership plan.
Earn CLE Credit for Your Attendance
Requests and Forms as Modern as the Evidence You Seek is accredited for one hour of General MCLE credit in California. Other states may award credit for attendance on a case-by-case basis through the jurisdiction’s CLE self-submission process.
Because Justia CLE is an exclusive benefit for Justia Connect Pro members, you must be a Justia Connect Pro member to complete the CLE verification process. Attendance verification must be completed within 48 hours of the course’s scheduled conclusion. A reminder email will be sent shortly after the presentation to outline the steps to complete attendance verification, or eligible lawyers may initiate the verification process through the CLE Center block in their Justia Connect dashboard.
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