General Credit – 3 Hours
Ethics Credit – 0 Hour
CME Credit – 0 Hour
NLS Credit – 0 Hour
Continuing Legal Education Bundle
When you purchase an Online CLE Bundle, you will receive a link to each individual program. The programs can be watched one-by-one; they do not all need to be watched at one time. Please note: program links are valid for 45 days following the purchase of the bundle.
If you want to make sure you're up to speed on electronic discovery and information governance, we've got a CLE package just for you. This bundle includes the following online seminars.
- Is This Everything? A Guide to Collecting All of Your Client's Relevant Information (1 general)
This webinar covers tips and best practices for collecting documents, including electronically stored information, from clients. Among other topics, we will address (a) client obligations for responding to discovery requests for records, (b) how to work with clients to identify sources of potentially relevant information, including hard copy of records, emails and other electronic files and information stored on mobile devices, like text messages, and (c) collecting records from those sources.
Featuring: Ryan M. Hurley, Tianna F. Dowden, and Stephanie L. Gutwein, all with Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
- O, O, O, It’s Magic What You Can Do in Office 365: Collection, Litigation Holds and More! (1 general)
Since the vast majority of our clients use Office 365 for their business functions, understanding its capabilities is essential for any practicing litigator. Take a (virtual) seat with us for this one-hour presentation where our speakers walk through the features and capabilities of Microsoft Office 365 in relation to initiating litigation holds, searching and collecting email and other cloud-stored documents.
Featuring: Raymond J. Biederman and Anthony Cozzi, Proteus Discovery Group
- An Overview of New Data in E-Discovery and Recommendations for Best Practices (1 general)
The COVID-19 public health crisis has drastically changed the landscape of the work environment, and there has been an increased emphasis on new technology, such as collaboration tools like Slack and Microsoft Teams, videoconferencing applications and instant/ephemeral messaging. Additionally, this shift occurs within the larger context of big data continuing to get bigger. All of these new tools can offer a wealth of potentially relevant information in connection with litigation or an investigation, but the data can also be difficult to manage.
Tune in to this special program, Cat Casey, the Chief Innovation Officer at DISCO, will present on how to approach the new data and provide a review of e-discovery decisions and best practices to help you and your client capture the relevant data and be ready for this emerging area likely to impact your practice, if it isn’t already.
This program covers legal, practical and technical issues connecting information governance and e-discovery. It focuses on email and mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.
Featuring: Cat Casey, DISCO; Michael Daniells, City of Indianapolis; Moderated by Justin Wiser, Katz Korin Cunnigham
There are codes provided to the live audience during this webinar to verify attendance. Those viewing this recording do not need to report those codes.
Once you review the program in its entirety, the IndyBar will report all credits earned within 10 days of completion directly to the Indiana Commission for Continuing Legal Education. Posting by the Indiana CLE Commission of the credit to your CLE transcript may take up to 30 days.
(includes 1 affirmation)
(includes 1 affirmation)
Credit has been approved with the Indiana Commission For Continuing Legal Education for 3.00 General credits.