Divorce and E-Discovery: Locating, Obtaining, Introducing and Restricting Admission of Electronic Evidence
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will discuss ways family law attorneys can locate, retrieve, admit and defend the admission of electronic evidence in a divorce case within the context of a national scope. The panel will explain different types of electronic evidence, describe legal methods of obtaining evidence, and offer approaches to overcome objections raised.
- Types of electronic evidence
- Ways to collect the evidence
- Objections and responses
- Litigation holds
- Procedures for authenticating and admitting electronic evidence
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What types of electronic evidence should counsel consider obtaining?
- What should counsel consider when drafting discovery requests?
- What strategies can counsel utilize upon receipt of an objection to a discovery request for electronic evidence?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Honorable Scott Beauchamp
301st District Court
Prior to serving as Associate Judge for 301st District Court, he served as Associate Judge for the 303rd District... | Read More
Prior to serving as Associate Judge for 301st District Court, he served as Associate Judge for the 303rd District Court. Before that he was in private practice after working for the Office of the Attorney General, Child Support Division. He is a frequent presenter and author on family law issues, including electronic evidence.Close
Jessica Hall Janicek
Ms. Janicek's practice focuses on family law, and she also has drafted and argued multiple appeals. In addition... | Read More
Ms. Janicek's practice focuses on family law, and she also has drafted and argued multiple appeals. In addition to her litigation and appellate experience, she has authored or co-authored several family law articles on matters ranging from child-related issues to complex property concerns.Close