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Discover a Fortune Hidden in a Computer: A Practical Guide to E-Discovery

Intellectual Property Law Section, Litigation Interest Group; Co-Sponsor: Law Practice Management and Technology Section
Credit(s): 1.25 Participatory MCLE Credits
Course Number: IP_3-19-13
Original Program Date: March 19, 2013
Duration: 1 hour 12 minutes
Access: Available for 3 months after purchase
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  • Be on the cutting edge. Get practical, useful insider information on topics that are essential for every litigator to master:

    -    E-Discovery: Duties under the Federal and Local Rules

    -    Noted Guidelines/Model Orders

    o    Northern District E-Discovery Guidelines

    o    Federal Circuit Model Order

    -    Litigation hold letters

    -    Assisting clients with implementing a litigation hold

    -    Collection of electronic discovery

    -    Forensics

    -    Metadata

    -    Different tools for processing e-Discovery (Concordance, Relativity, etc.)

    -    .tiff vs. native files

    -    Sanctions for spoliation of electronic discovery

    -    International issues in e-Discovery


    1.25 Participatory MCLE Credits
    Scott Hansen, Moderator
    Perry L. Segal

    Perry L. Segal is one of the most prominent voices in California on the intersection of law and technology. He is a licensed California Attorney, and his specialties include both Civil and Criminal Litigation, Electronic Data Discovery and Electronically Stored Information, Enterprise Management, Disaster Recovery and Compliance.

    Mr. Segal is Chair of the State Bar of California Law Practice Management and Technology Section Executive Committee (@CalBarLPMT). He is also one of the principal authors of the treatise, "The California Guide to Growing & Managing A Law Office“, slated for publication in early 2013 by the State Bar of California.  Perry maintains both a solo law practice, Charon Law, SP and a consulting practice, Charon Solutions, Inc. Perry can be reached at


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