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Mastering E-discovery, Social Media, Litigation Holds, & Metadata CLE -- 24/7 On-demand Recording & Complimentary Podcast

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Learn the latest on Mastering E-discovery, Social Media, Litigation Holds, & Metadata CLE with this convenient, 24/7 On-demand Seminar & Complimentary Podcast. Register to obtain CLE & MCLE credit, online access to complete course & reference materials, and attend this on-demand seminar. YOU MAY LISTEN FROM ALMOST ANY TYPE OF COMPUTER OR IPOD. ACCESS TO THE RECORDING AND MATERIALS DOES NOT EXPIRE.

Mastering E-discovery, Social Media, Litigation Holds, & Metadata
90-Minute On-demand Seminar & Complimentary Podcast
Includes Online Access to Complete Course/Reference Material & Complimentary Podcast.

Register for CLE & MCLE credit - specific credit hours are listed at the bottom of this page.


There has been significant change in the current rules, procedures, and techniques involved in e-discovery, litigation holds, and metadata. The advent of social media has spawned alarm at data security and privacy. “E-discovery” laws and practices have been updated recently to reflect technological advancements in the practice. Today, every computer application and platform generates metadata. It has become critical that attorneys understand the impact of metadata whenever client-created electronic documents are at issue. Winning at e-discovery requires an understanding of disclosures, meet-and-confer, culling/reviewing/coding, and planning. This seminar provides guidance so attorneys and legal professionals can easily grasp the current requirements mandated under the law, revised e-discovery practices, concerns involving electronically stored information, and compliance required for the retention and destruction of electronically stored information. This seminar will examine the full extent of the duty to preserve electronic evidence and provide practical strategies for streamlining efforts to minimize costs and time in e-discovery.


Document Retention & Production

1. Latest Law & Court Rules Governing Electronic Discovery

2. Determining Discoverable Material

3. Cost Effective Strategies

4. Litigation Preparedness Plans & Hold Procedures

5. Best Practices for Electronically Stored Information

6. Ethical Issues in Electronic Discovery

The Role of Social Media in E-discovery

1. Social Media Discovery: What You Need to Know

2. Winning Tactics for the Use of Social Media in Litigation

3. Social Media Discovery vs. Discovery of Other ESI

4. Collecting Data from Social Media Sites

5. Preserving Data related to Social Media

Metadata & Using E-discovery to Benefit Your Client

1. Planning and Collection

2. Metadata Preservation to Guard Against Spoliation

3. Meet-and-Confer

4. Native File Formats

5. Claw-back Procedures

6. Inadvertent Culling, Reviewing, and Coding

7. Quality-Control (QC) Standards

Recorded Question & Answer Session

Biography of Expert Faculty:

1. Robert Dibert practices at Frost Brown Todd and has more than 15 years of experience in the identification, preservation, production and analysis of electronically-stored information in a variety of investigative and litigation contexts. Mr. Dibert has litigated commercial transactions and business relationships for over two decades, including banking, contracts, employment terminations, joint ventures, and securities transactions. He also has litigated cases arising under federal and state civil rights laws, and both civil and criminal cases involving the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) statute. Mr. Dibert has also been instrumental in obtaining sanctions against parties to litigation for failure to identify, preserve and produce paper and electronically-stored information during discovery.

2. Rebecca G. Bradley is a leading expert on electronic discovery and the use of social media in litigation. She is a shareholder at Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C., where she concentrates her practice on information technology, intellectual property litigation, and commercial law and co-chairs the firm's Technology Law Group. She has represented parties in a variety of federal and state court litigation, mediations and arbitrations. Ms. Bradley has particular expertise in litigation issues involving software and social media, having previously served as Vice President of Legal Operations for a major software company. She is also an American Arbitration Association Arbitrator (Customer Account, Expedited Case and Non-Binding Arbitration Panels). She served as the Chairman of her state bar's Business Law Section and is also chairman of the Technology Law Committee. Ms. Bradley has significant experience litigating multi-million dollar commercial disputes over software systems, trade secrets, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, Gramm Leach Bliley Act, intellectual property infringement, as well as both individuals and corporate clients under investigation by state and federal agencies. Ms. Bradley was recently named in "Leading Lawyers in Business Law, Internet Law and Litigation" by M Magazine. She is a highly sought after lecturer and author on trends in e-discovery, the uses & misuses of social media in litigation, and e-discovery costs.

3. Aaron Crews is e-discovery counsel at Littler Medelson P.C., where he serves as a firm-wide expert in computer forensics and e-discovery. He provides guidance on preservation obligations, effective data collection, harvesting, review and production, and implementation of cost shifting and reduction strategies. He also advises on information governance, authentication of electronic evidence, e-discovery "meet and confer" sessions, and depositions related to e-discovery. Mr. Crews has published and spoken widely on the topic, including on social media data privacy, preservation, data security, and ethical issues related to e-discovery.

Who should attend this seminar?
Attorneys, paralegals, and legal professionals.

You will receive access to recording, podcast, course & reference material, and information related to CLE/MCLE credit as soon as you register with a credit card or when your check is processed.

CLE ACCREDITATION: Rossdale CLE is a national leader in attorney education and has trained thousands of attorneys, paralegals, and other legal professionals. Attend this convenient, on-demand seminar & podcast for CLE & MCLE credit with the following pending & approved jurisdictions:

1. Alaska Bar Association for 1.5 CLE Credits *

2. Alabama State Bar MCLE Commission for 1.5 MCLE credits

3. Arizona State Bar for 1.5 CLE credits**

4. State Bar of California for 1.5 MCLE credits

5. Colorado Supreme Court Board of Continuing Legal & Judicial Education for 1.8 CLE Credits

6. Connecticut (CLE credits are not required, but are encouraged)**

7. District of Columbia (CLE credits are not required)***

8. Florida Bar for 2.0 CLE credits

9. Georgia Bar for 1.5 CLE credits

10. Idaho State Bar for 1.5 CLE credits

11. Indiana Commission for Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE Credits

12. Louisiana Supreme Court Commission on MCLE for 1.5 MCLE credits

13. Maryland (CLE credits are not required)**

14. Massachusetts (CLE credits are not required)**

15. Michigan (CLE credits are not required)**

16. Mississippi Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE credits

17. Nebraska Mandatory Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE credits

18. Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE credits

19. New Jersey Board on Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE credits (per Rule 201:4)

20. New Mexico Minimum Continuing Legal Education Board for 1.5 CLE credits

21. New York State Bar for 1.5 CLE credits

22. North Carolina State Bar Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE credits

23. Oregon State Bar for 1.5 CLE credits

24. Rhode Island Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission for 1.5 CLE credits

25. South Dakota (CLE credits are not required)**

26. Texas State Bar for 1.5 CLE credits

27. Utah State Board of Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 MCLE credits

28. Vermont Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 1.5 CLE credits

29. Virginia State Bar for 1.5 MCLE credits

30. Washington State Board of Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 MCLE credits

31. Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners for 1.5 CLE credits

32. Wyoming State Bar for 1.5 CLE credits

Additional States - call customer service at (888) 626-3462

* Members of the Alaska Bar Association may report 1.5 CLE credits for participating in this course as it has been approved by other mandatory CLE jurisdictions for 1.5 CLE credits.

** The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement. This activity may qualify for up to 1.5 hours toward your annual CLE requirement for the State Bar of Arizona, including 0 hour(s) of professional responsibility.

*** States that do not require CLE are indicated above. Rossdale does not apply for CLE in these states as CLE credit is not required. For additional questions, please call 888-626-3462.


You will receive an on-demand download of the seminar, accompanying materials, and information to report the CLE credits as soon as you register with a credit card or when we process your check.


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