Crystal O’Donnell, Founder and CEO, and Brian Pel, COO and Senior Counsel, both have been invited to participate as faculty in The Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia’s (CLE BC) eDiscovery and Electronic Evidence program.
The digital age is fully upon us as technology continues to re-shape and re-define the process of civil litigation. With the rise of electronically stored information comes an array of issues relating to the management, search, and presentation of such digital information.
This comprehensive one-day program will quickly bring practitioners up to speed on current issues and best practices for effectively managing electronic evidence in the litigation process.
At this course attendees will learn:
- how to manage eDiscovery – the principles and best practices
- how to manage the interface between the legal obligation to disclose and the technical issues surrounding digital data
- how to use, present and challenge electronic evidence both pre-trial and at trial – being effective and avoiding pitfalls
Crystal will present an overview of the principles of eDiscovery practice as well as the ethical issues with respect to electronic evidence. She will be joined by Brian to present the operational side of disclosure and production of electronic documents.
The full-day program will be held at the Pan Pacific Hotel from 9:00 – 4:00 on Friday, March 13th. The program also can be joined via webinar.
For more information about the program including a detailed agenda, faculty and registration information please visit the CLE BC web site.