Upcoming CLE Topics

  • Admissibility and Use of Digital Evidence at Trial

    July 16, 2024 10:00 am PT

    Presenter: Brian Chase – Managing Director, Digital Forensics

    Date: July 16, 2024 at 10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM ET

    This CLE explores the Federal Rules of Evidence applicable to digital evidence. Attendees will learn about relevant case law and how to authenticate or challenge the admission of digital evidence at trial. We will explain how to use digital evidence effectively at trial and how to incorporate it into an overarching story or theory of a case. This activity is approved by the State Bar for 1 hour of credit towards the Minimum Continuing Legal Education requirements. We are offering CLE accreditation for California and Minnesota. Please inquire about other states.

     

  • Hosted Review for Mid-Sized and Small Law Firms

    August 13, 2024 10:00 am PT

    Presenter: Brian Chase – Managing Director, Digital Forensics

    Date: August 13, 2024 at 10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM ET

    Hosted review platforms (such as Relativity) are no longer just for large law firms. These tools are more affordable and easier to use than ever. Hosted review software allows litigators to efficiently search, review, and tag documents without much technical knowledge. This presentation provides an introduction to hosted review platforms and demonstrates how powerful they can be for any size case. This activity is approved by the State Bar for 1 hour of credit towards the Minimum Continuing Legal Education requirements. We are offering CLE accreditation for California and Minnesota. Please inquire about other states.

     

  • My Ex Hacked Me! Stalking in Family Law Cases

    September 10, 2024 10:00 am PT

    Presenter: Brian Chase – Managing Director, Digital Forensics

    Date: September 10, 2024 at 10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM ET

    Nearly every family law attorney has received that call from their client where the client says their ex has hacked their phone. This CLE explores the reality of hacking/stalking cases. You’ll learn how most stalking is not from the hacking of a device, but from shared accounts or device. We’ll explore often overlooked areas of stalking, and how you can work with your client to shut it down. Finally, you’ll learn the most cost effective ways of utilizing an expert witness to prove stalking has occurred. This activity is approved by the State Bar for 1 hour of credit towards the Minimum Continuing Legal Education requirements. We are offering CLE accreditation for California and Minnesota. Please inquire about other states.

     

  • Identification and Preservation of Electronically Stored Information

    October 8, 2024 10:00 am PT

    Presenter: Brian Chase – Managing Director, Digital Forensics

    Date: October 8, 2024 at 10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM ET

    Electronically stored information (ESI) in litigation has changed significantly in recent years. Once almost exclusively digitized paper records and email archives, the varieties of ESI have multiplied exponentially. Similarly, the locations where ESI are stored are more numerous than ever, including mobile, cloud, and IoT. The result is a complex effort to find and collect relevant data in whatever location or format it is stored. This presentation covers these technical topics from the perspective of the legal practitioner, highlighting the key factors an attorney should consider to ensure that all relevant data has been identified and preserved. This activity is approved by the State Bar for 1 hour of credit towards the Minimum Continuing Legal Education requirements. We are offering CLE accreditation for California and Minnesota. Please inquire about other states.

     

  • Ethical Duties and Electronically Stored Information

    November 12, 2024 10:00 am PT

    Presenter: Brian Chase – Managing Director, Digital Forensics
    Date: November 12, 2024 at 10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM ET

    This Continuing Legal Education presentation covers electronic discovery and the related ethical duty of competence. Drawing on guidance from the State Bar, recent e-discovery cases, and our own experience assisting attorneys, the presentation outlines the main risks to counsel and client of failing to properly understand e-discovery obligations in litigation. This activity is approved by the State Bar for 1 hour of ethics credit towards the Minimum Continuing Legal Education requirements. We are offering CLE accreditation for California and Minnesota. Please inquire about other states.

     

  • How to Find and Use Location Information in Litigation

    December 10, 2024 10:00 am PT

    Presenter: Brian Chase – Managing Director, Digital Forensics

    Date: December 10, 2024 at 10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM ET

    Determining the location of an individual at a specific point in time can make or break a case. Lawyers have used location data to put defendants at the scene of a murder, place a driver at the scene of a crash, or even show a doctor was not in the hospital during a critical procedure. This presentation provides guidance to know what location data is available, where to find it, how to use it, and the law that governs it. This activity is approved by the State Bar for 1 hour of credit towards the Minimum Continuing Legal Education requirements. We are offering CLE accreditation for California and Minnesota. Please inquire about other states.