REGISTRATION DEADLINE is Friday, July 7, 2017, at 5:00 p.m.
NOTE: This webinar is on TUESDAY, July 11th.
I Think I Just Received eDiscovery: What Now?!
Spotting Red Flags and Avoiding Pitfalls
By Ross Mecham, Esq., DTI
What You'll Learn:
This session covers the three ways that firms are currently handling e-discovery through a cost benefit analysis standpoint and what has the potential for sanctions. The analysis is conducted with the use of a sample data set that could be found in any litigation matter today. It covers many of the terms and ideologies that are commonly seen in the ESI space. This MCLE has been utilized by firms for the following:
(1) Introduction to efficient e-discovery review and production
(2) How to justify a Protective Order for production of electronic files due to burden of cost
(3) What red flags to look for when trying to get a Motion to Compel for production of electronic documents.
This webinar qualifies for 1 hour of CLE credit.
COST: FREE for APA members; $25 all others.
LAST DAY TO REGISTER: FRIDAY, JULY 7, 5:00 P.M.
Ross Mecham, Esq.
Ross Mecham is an eDiscovery Consultant with DTI, a global Litigation Process Outsourcing provider, serving the Southwestern United States. He helps law firms and corporate legal departments understand and manage their eDiscovery needs, using technology and efficient workflows to reduce risks and costs while increasing deliverable quality.
An attorney with over a decade of experience across all phases of electronic and paper discovery, his career spans state, federal, and international matters, as well as the development of internal corporate discovery practices. Working in numerous industries for corporate, individual, and public sector clients, prior cases include intellectual property, employment, and business tort actions, data breach and internal investigations, and regulatory requests.
At the University of California, San Diego, Ross captained the men’s water polo team, graduating with a B.A. in Philosophy. After earning his J.D. at Santa Clara University, the Silicon Valley native continues to pursue his interest in the technologies shaping modern life and the legal profession.
LAST DAY TO REGISTER - Friday, July 7, 2017, 5:00 p.m.