E-Discovery Production & Presentation
E-DISCOVERY SERIES, PART III OF III
In part one we identified relevant ESI and in part two we collected and processed it. Now what? It is production time! In this third and final part, our presenters will discuss producing the relevant ESI for use as potential evidence. This seminar will discuss the rules associated with producing ESI including the format and method of the production. All of this leads up to the final goal of e-discovery - presenting evidence to the judge and jury. The series will conclude with the final stage of e-discovery - Presentation. The panel will discuss how evidence is presented at hearings, depositions, and trials, including evidentiary issues associated with ESI.
NOTE: Part III will pick-up where Part II left off.
If you were not able to attend Part I or II, we strongly encourage you to purchase these self-paced online MCLE recordings prior to this Part 3 session.
PART I OF III: E-Discovery Identification & Preservation
was presented on November 2, 2020
Click Here to View Part I in the Series.
PART II OF III: Collecting and Processing Electronic Data in Litigation
was presented on March 19, 2021
Click Here to View Part II in the Series.
Advanced Certified Paralegal
Ms. Laura Krieg received her Paralegal Certificate from Sonoma State University in 2005, became a certified paralegal in 2012, and an Advanced Certified Paralegal in E-discovery in 2019. In addition to being a contract paralegal, Ms. Krieg heads the paralegal program at Empire College in Santa Rosa, California.
Young Law Office
Mr. Eric G. Young is an attorney in Santa Rosa, practicing personal injury law. He has been a legal technology educator at Santa Rosa Junior College and teaches e-discovery at Empire College’s paralegal studies program.