FEBRUARY 12, 2015
                    2:00 - 3:15 PM (EASTERN)

                            OF COUNSEL, LEVIN PAPANTONIO, ET AL

                            FOXHOUND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

Individual Registration Fee -
$95: Registration is restricted to PIABA Members (Regular, Regulator, Retiree, Paralegal/Legal Assistant, and Student Sections).

Firm Registration Fee -
$285: All webinar participants must register for the presentation, however any individual firm will pay a maximum registration fee of $285 for three or more registrants.

It’s no secret that many attorneys are slow to adopt new technology. Ask any attorney. Yet, there are signs that the tide is turning. Numerous lawyers have successfully integrated innovations such as cloud computing, smartphones, and tablets into their practices, and are vigorously evangelizing the benefits of such technology to their colleagues. More and more attorneys are ringing the alarm bell – that attorneys who don’t get on the technology train are going to be left behind – and it appears that the message is beginning to sink in.

Some attorneys still believe that eDiscovery is something they can avoid. Many attorneys believe they’ll probably have to deal with it some day, but so far, none of their cases have required it. They believe that collecting electronically stored information (ESI) is something you only tackle if a judge requires it.

There is no legal matter that does not involve ESI today. None. Even if your client is a technological Luddite who refuses to use a computer, you still have to be concerned with the technology practices of the adverse party. It is your duty as an attorney to make yourself knowledgeable about how technology is being used every day by people and businesses, because those people and businesses will be your clients.
What you will learn:
     Electronically Stored Information, or ESI
     The phases of eDiscovery – data acquisition, how it is stored, processed,
     reviewed, and produced
     Native vs Image Production
     Digital Forensics aka Computer Forensics
     The Presentation Workflow
     Some things that will affect the budget
     What to ask an eDiscovery provider
A question and answer session will follow via the usual webinar format. Including questions and answers/responses, the webinar is scheduled for 75 minutes. Registration is limited to 100.
Continuing Legal Education
PIABA will seek CLE accreditation in those States requiring accreditation upon receipt of individual registration forms. Be sure to include the State(s) where you require CLE credit.

Many States have implemented late fees for MCLE applications submitted within 30 days of the program date. PIABA will apply for MCLE credit through January 12, 2015 for individuals who pre-register prior to that date. After January 12, 2015, PIABA will assist members seeking credit for the webinar, but will not be responsible for the application, including any applicable fees.

Some States do not accredit webinars. In those States, PIABA will not be able to provide CLE credit.

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