CLE Webinars

  • Storytelling with Digital Evidence

    March 8, 2021 10:00 am PT

    Presenter: Brian Chase

    Storytelling is a powerful and effective way to present your case to a judge or jury, but how do you use digital evidence in a story? How can you effectively communicate technical evidence to a non-technical audience? This CLE explores why we use storytelling and how attorneys can use storytelling to effectively present complicated digital evidence in a simple and easy to follow format. This activity is approved by the State Bar for 1 hour of credit towards the Minimum Continuing Legal Education requirements.

  • Search and Seizure in the Digital Realm

    March 22, 2021 10:00 am PT

    Presenter: Brian Chase

    From Jones to Riley to Carpenter, the Supreme Court has changed the landscape of 4th and 5th Amendment law in the digital realm. This CLE will explore the effects of these landmark cases and identify areas of further challenges for the defense. Attendees will learn about how courts are applying the 4th and 5th Amendments to new forms of digital evidence and will learn to spot potential Constitutional Issues involving digital devices.

  • Preservation Letters: Identifying Data Sources

    April 6, 2021 10:00 am PT

    Presenter: Tom Plunkett

    Writing an effective and thorough preservation letter involves identifying all the available data sources pertinent to your case. This webinar will teach you how to find those data sources, as well as triangle agreement protocol and how it will help you gain access to data otherwise difficult to obtain. This activity is approved by the State Bar for 1 hour of credit towards the Minimum Continuing Legal Education requirements.

  • Cellphone Forensics: Applications in Discovery and Investigations

    April 20, 2021

    Presenter: Tom Plunkett

    Cellphones represent one of the fastest-changing areas of legal practice. Mobile device evidence is more important than ever, thanks to the rapid evolution of the technology and the way this evidence is treated by the courts. Touching on important recent cases, technology developments, and ArcherHall direct experience advising attorneys, this presentation provides up-to-date guidance on the application of cellphone forensics in litigation, investigations, and other legal matters.