Introduction to eDiscovery
In this class you will explore the tools, common practices and laws that make eDiscovery unique. In doing so, you will learn to manage the risks associated with identification, preservation, collection, review and production of electronically stored information (ESI). ESI comprises approximately 90%+ of documents produced in a litigation (e.g. emails, network databases, Word, Excel, social media and cellular data), and ESI significantly increases in volume and complexity with each passing year. Leave this course with an understanding of how to best serve your future clients while meeting your discovery obligations under Federal and California law.