Avoiding Costly eDiscovery Errors

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Course Description

This course was recorded October 18th, 2016

This CLE presentation will provide an overview of Electronic Discovery. The speakers will discuss how to avoid errors in preservation, collection, and review of electronic data in litigation. There will be an in-depth discussion on predictive coding during the portion on document review.

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  • Ralph Losey
    Shareholder and National e-Discovery Counsel for Jackson Lewis P.C., a national labor and employment law firm with over 800 attorneys in 52 offices throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Legal Practice Areas: Electronic Discovery law, including especially predictive coding search and review, and training in best practices. Mr. Losey has limited his practice to e-discovery related topics since 2006, but has experience in Commercial Litigation as a practicing attorney since 1980. Ralph is an author and frequent speaker at e-discovery CLEs around the world, and is a leading contributor in the field of legal search, including recent landmark decisions on the use of predictive coding, and scientific experiments testing various predictive coding methodologies.

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    Catherine Losey
    Catherine is a litigator and electronic discovery specialist. She has represented companies and individuals in cases across the nation, and her diverse litigation experience includes class and collective action lawsuits. She is an author and educator in the field of electronic discovery. Her experience includes advising Fortune 20 clients on strategies for preservation, collection, review, and production of electronic data and litigating electronic discovery issues in state and federal court. While in law school, Catherine interned for the Hon. Steven D. Merryday of the U. S. District Court, Middle District of Florida. She was a teaching assistant for legal research and writing, appellate advocacy, and trial practice and served on the Florida Law Review executive board as symposium editor.

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      • 2 General Credits
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    1. Ethical obligation of competency to understand eDiscovery issues when litigating
    2. Discussion of Example Case
    3. Preservation
    4. Collection

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