The Changing Face of Electronic Discovery Tools
NOTE: In order to obtain credit for this webcast it MUST be viewed on 9/15/2017 starting at 12 (noon) CST, because this program is being broadcast at that date and time, the credit is considered unlimited (live) credit by OBA/MCLE.
CLE CREDIT: This course has been approved by the Oklahoma Bar Association Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission for 1 hour of mandatory CLE credit, including 1 hour of ethics.
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The tools to manage electronic discovery are evolving, with many tools now based in the cloud and others that are more affordable for a small case budget. Many law firms are re-examining their electronic discovery tools and processes. This webcast will provide an overview of most, if not all, electronic discovery tools available today, including their strengths and weaknesses. Attorney Tom O'Connor has years of experience in complex litigation with large amounts of electronic evidence, including the Deepwater Horizon litigation. He has been involved in negotiating ESI exchange protocols and has been appointed as a technical consultant by various federal and state courts. He is also the co-author of the American Bar Association book Electronic Discovery for Small Cases. This webcast will be useful for both the experienced and the novice lawyer dealing with ediscovery data.