Electronically Stored Information: An Introduction for Judges

Tuition

199

This webinar is presented at no cost to judges. The $199.00 fee will be fully funded by an NJC scholarship.

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Days & Times

9:00 a.m. Hawaii / 11:00 a.m. Alaska / 12:00 a.m. Pacific / 1:00 p.m. Mountain / 2:00 p.m. Central / 3:00 p.m. Eastern
Duration: 75 minutes

Course Location

Online

Course Fees

Tuition

$199

This webinar is presented at no cost to judges. The $199.00 fee will be fully funded by an NJC scholarship.

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Online

October 6, 2020

Electronic information is a common focus of litigation throughout the United States. That information must be preserved, searched, produced, and used.

A failure to do any of these may result in serious consequences. This presentation will introduce judges to the nature and complexities of electronic information, examine preservation and production of electronic information, consider possible consequences for its loss.

Moderator: Hon. Ronald J. Hedges, former United States Magistrate Judge, District of New Jersey, Senior Counsel, Dentons US LLP, New York City

Presenter: Hon. Tanya R. Kennedy, Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, First Judicial Department of the State of New York

Tuition

Course $199

This webinar is presented at no cost to judges. The $199.00 fee will be fully funded by an NJC scholarship. $0

What will I learn?

During this course, you will learn to:

  • Define the phases of e-discovery from preservation through production
  • Identify discovery issues unique to ESI
  • Address admissibility of ESI under evidence rules

NATIONAL JUDICIAL COLLEGE EXPLORING ELECTRONIC INFORMATION: A FOUR-PART PRIMER FOR JUDGES

Electronic information, in its various forms, pervades our daily lives. It is also a common feature of matters that come before judges in both civil and criminal proceedings. Join the NJC as it offers an introduction to electronic information in this four-part series moderated by a former United States magistrate judge and taught by judges and the Deputy Executive Director of The Sedona Conference.

The series will begin on October 6th with an introduction to electronically stored information. It will resume on October 13th and 20th with a discussion of how judges might manage electronically stored information in civil litigation using as a guide the newly-published Sedona Conference Resources for the Judiciary. The series will end on October 27th with an overview of Fourth and Fifth Amendment issues arising from electronic information in the investigation and prosecution of crimes. These sessions are described in more detail below.

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A failure to do any of these may result in serious consequences. This presentation will introduce judges to the nature and complexities of electronic information, examine preservation and production of electronic information, consider possible consequences for its loss.

Moderator: Hon. Ronald J. Hedges, former United States Magistrate Judge, District of New Jersey, Senior Counsel, Dentons US LLP, New York City

Presenter: Hon. Tanya R. Kennedy, Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, First Judicial Department of the State of New York

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