eDiscovery and Family Law

$169.00

We will examine the increasingly important role of social media content and mobile computing, practical methodologies for data capture, preservation, review and production, tips on classic Boolean search protocol, issues of ESI admissibility and presentation, the changing landscape of eDiscovery service providers and offerings, and what members of the judiciary are concerned about.

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Event Details

Webinar Date

Webinar Time

Course Type

Course Instructor

David Hazouri, Esq.

Original Date Of Course

General Credits

2

Course Description

This 2-hour course will start with an eDiscovery lifecycle overview along the lines of the EDMR model for the sake of orientation and then examine a variety of areas in more detail that should be of particular interest to the Family Law practitioner. We will examine the increasingly important role of social media content and mobile computing, practical methodologies for data capture, preservation, review and production, tips on classic Boolean search protocol, issues of ESI admissibility and presentation, the changing landscape of eDiscovery service providers and offerings, and what members of the judiciary are concerned about.

Principles

  • Data collection and preservation
  • Data Sources
  • Key Word Searching
  • Admitting ESI into evidence
  • eDiscovery vendors and service offerings
  • What are the judges talking about?

Syllabus

  1. Introduction
      • Major components of the EMDR and how it has changed in the last decade
      • What components are most relevant for Family Law
      • Where are the biggest pitfalls hiding?
  2. Data collection and preservation
      • Obligations to your clients and the court
      • Forensic experts and Do-It-Yourself
  3. Data Sources
      • Social media, mobile computing, IOT
      • The home surveillance system
  4. Key Word Searching
      • Inherent limitations and provisos
      • Boolean search protocol tips
  5. Admitting ESI into evidence
      • Authentication and presentation
  6. eDiscovery vendors and service offerings
      • Trusted ally or unnecessary add-on?
      • Pricing and credentials
      • eDiscovery co-counsel
  7. What are the judges talking about?

Instructor

David Hazouri, Esq.

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