Electronic Evidence: Strategies for Admissibility
Learn from the Most Comprehensive Federal Court Ruling to Date
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What criteria should counsel consider when attempting to get evidence admitted on a motion or at trial?
- How can a proponent of electronic data lay a sufficient foundation for its admission into evidence?
- What are the processes for mitigating and managing risks of failure to get ESI admitted into evidence?
Michael E. Lackey, Jr.
He focuses on civil and criminal litigation and electronic discovery. He represents major companies and individuals... | Read More
He focuses on civil and criminal litigation and electronic discovery. He represents major companies and individuals in state and federal proceedings, including multidistrict and class litigation.Close
O’Melveny & Myers
He is a member of the Class Actions, Mass Torts, and Aggregated Litigation Practice Group, and is a founding member... | Read More
He is a member of the Class Actions, Mass Torts, and Aggregated Litigation Practice Group, and is a founding member of the firm's Document Retention and E-Discovery Practice. He is a firm leader on e-discovery and counsels clients on related topics, including litigation preparedness, legal hold obligations, e-data collection and production, and document retention policies.Close