Last week, we had the opportunity to present an educational webcast on behalf of the Florida Bar, of which Logikcull is a preferred provider. The presentation gave guidance on best practices for avoiding e-discovery related risks, complying with emerging ethical guidelines, and developing sound processes around discovery that serve the overall goals of the litigation.
It also covered an absurd amount of case law.
We were joined by our trusty sidekick Michael Simon, an attorney in Boston who consults on and teaches e-discovery (and who, for purposes of transparency, is not on the Logikcull payroll). Some hilarity ensued.
The presentation has been approved for 1.5 CLE credits, including .5 Ethics credits, in Florida and reciprocating states. A recording of it is available here.
The corresponding materials are provided below. Florida attorneys seeking the CLE number can send requests to email@example.com. The excellent drawing in the header is courtesy of Cecilia Moure, a talented young Seattle-based artist who, we can hope, will pursue art, not e-discovery (although the two aren’t mutually exclusive).