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SFP160120 Rediscovering Ediscovery: How to Get and Use it Under the Revised Rules CLE
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The landscape of ediscovery is once again shifting in the wake of the enactment of the revised FRCP and the ever changing nature of social media. No longer is the discovery of mere emails sufficient. Texts, tweets, posts, pics, and messages now play a preeminent role in discovery. Drawing on perspectives from the judiciary, academy, and the bar, this panel discussion will address the challenges (both practical and technical) in conducting ediscovery.

1/20/2016
When: Wednesday, January 20, 2016
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Where: Richard C. Lee United States Courthouse
141 Church St
New Haven, Connecticut  06510
United States
Contact: Member Service Center
(860)223-4400


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Presented by the Federal Practice Section

Seminar Code:  SFP160120

CLE Credit: 2 Hours

About the Program:

The landscape of ediscovery is once again shifting in the wake of the enactment of the revised Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the ever changing nature of social media.  No longer is the discovery of mere emails sufficient. Texts, tweets, posts, pics, and messages now play a preeminent role in discovery.  Drawing on perspectives from the judiciary, academy, and the bar, this panel discussion will address the challenges (both practical and technical) in conducting ediscovery. The program will cover the various authentication and hearsay issues that arise when one tries to introduce Facebook posts, text messages, emails and the like. The ethical issues and potential for sanctions if Electronically Stored Information (ESI) is not properly retained or produced during the discovery process will also be considered.


Who Should Attend:
 

This program is suited for recent graduates as well as seasoned litigators. 


You will learn:

  • How to preserve, collect, and discover ESI
  • How to authenticate ESI, address hearsay issues and admit ESI into evidence
  • How to avoid sanctions when dealing with ESI discovery
  • Insights on the possible impact of newly revised FRCP 37(e) on how ediscovery is conducted in federal courts

Moderators:
Nathaniel J. Gentile,
Pullman & Comley LLC, Hartford
Kristen L. Zaehringer, Murtha Cullina LLP, Stamford

Speakers:

Hon. Maria Araujo Kahn, Connecticut Superior Court, Fairfield
Hon. Michael Shea,
United States District Court of Connecticut, Hartford

Professor Simon-Kerr headshot. Julia Simon-Kerr,
Associate Professor, UCONN School of Law, Hartford

Photo of  Jonathan Kaplan, Pullman & Comley LLC, Hartford


Event Cost: $40.00

Materials for this seminar will be e-mailed to registrants prior to the seminar for download. No paper copies will be prepared. Please note that refunds will not be granted once course materials have been received.

The Connecticut Bar Association/CT Bar Institute is an accredited provider of New York State CLE. This program qualifies for transitional and non-transitional credits. Financial hardship information available upon request