Just because it’s Saturday doesn’t mean you can escape document review — or at least talking about document review.
A liveblog of the Lavender Law panel on e-discovery, after the jump.
This practical, skills-based presentation, will present the nuts-and-bolts of document review in the electronic age. Issues will include, the logistics of document review, how does a practitioner identify the documents you need, collect them, and set up a document review database; what kinds of data is discoverable: email, computer hard drives, server data, and portable media, e.g., CD, USB flash drives, external hard drives, etc.; and the use of computer forensics to reconstruct a data trail such as piecing together web-browsing history, and even social networking history. Whether you are newer lawyers, or an experienced practitioner not as familiar with e-discovery but would like to be, or in-house counsel seeking tips, this workshop will give you new skills or improve upon those you already possess.
Moderator: Jeffrey Schimelfenig
Click on the box below for the liveblog:
Electronic Discovery [Lavender Law / LGBT Bar Association]