Date & Time: Thursday, October 27, 2022 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. ET
Webinar Fee: $65
This program is online only.
CPCS has approved this program for 2.0 credit hours for the CAFL panels
Cosponsored by the: Greater Boston Family Law American Inn of Court
Hon. Jennifer M. Ulwick, Justice, Essex Probate & Family Court
Michael G. Xavier, Esq., Prince Lobel Tye LLP
Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero, Esq., Nixon Peabody LLP
This program will describe how to effectively leverage the power of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) in the context of probate, domestic relations, and fiduciary cases. From understanding the richness of various data repositories as sources of evidence, to surveying best practices in locating and mining such data, to avoiding pitfalls along the way to utilizing that ESI to advance a case, to gaining the judicial perspective on how advocates can improve their performance in their handling of ESI, this session will be informative and practical. Key areas that will be covered include:
Online registration is encouraged. For assistance, questions on group discounts, accommodations requests, special billing, program content, out-of-state CLE credits, and general CLE information contact Michael Saporito by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registrations accepted in order of receipt. Registration fees are non-refundable. Most Social Law Library CLE events are recorded. The recording is available by digital download, generally within a week after the program date. Most downloads include print material and are $19.95 each. This product purchase is separate from CLE registration and is not included in the price of a CLE registration. CLE credit, when applicable, is only granted when the live webinar is attended.
- Negotiating ESI Plans, Setting Production Specifications, and Crafting Confidentiality Agreements and Protective Orders
- Preserving, Collecting, Producing, and Analyzing ESI
- Bringing Motions to Compel and Seeking Spoliation Sanctions
- Navigating the Impact on Third-Party Custodians
- Protecting Attorney-Client and Other Privileges
- Understating Authentication Admissibility Issues