For those legal professionals that are more interested in a cut and dry, practical application of eDiscovery knowledge, this new EDEC course, coming soon, is just for you.
EDEC has created a completely new course to explore how eDiscovery is used in pretrial in eight straightforward phases that will outline exactly how you can use this knowledge to protect your clients and yourself, ensure compliance from the opposing counsel, and avoid losing cases unnecessarily.
How Is This Course Different?
While the original basic and advanced EDEC's courses cover the theoretical and strategic issues around IT and Legal issues in eDiscovery, the Eight Phases course will help legal professionals apply this information in a phased approach to turn their knowledge into victories.
The course includes a series of video programs, readings, quizzes. The Course is CLE eligible.
The purpose of the Best Practice Guide - Electronic Discovery and Evidence, which accompanies the course is to offer an overview, workbook and forms for the myriad of legal and technology issues that need to be addressed whether you are requesting or producing “electronically stored information” (ESI).
This workbook will provide a plan and pretrial phases in discovering and disclosing ESI.