Who should attend: Civil litigators, paralegals, and legal support staff who manage documentary discovery
Learning level: Intermediate
The digital age is fully upon us as technology continues to reshape and redefine the process of civil litigation.
With the rise of electronically stored information comes an array of issues relating to the management, search, and presentation of such digital information. In the pre-trial context, comes the issue of using computer software to assist with discovery in searching electronically stored data; this issue is particularly important where there is a very large database. In the trial preparation and trial conduct context, there are issues relating to establishing the fidelity and admissibility of evidence in an electronic format.
This comprehensive one-day program will quickly bring practitioners up to speed on current issues and best practices for effectively managing electronic evidence in the litigation process.
Ann Halkett — Director, SOLVED eDiscovery, a division of Alexander Holburn, Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP, Vancouver
David Wotherspoon — Wotherspoon Law, Vancouver
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