FRE 902(13) and (14): Self-Authentication of ESI, Best Practices From Sedona Commentary on Admissibility
A live 90-minute CLE video webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide litigators in using Federal Rules of Evidence 902(13) and (14) to have records derived from electronic sources admitted into evidence. The panel will discuss the scope of the rules, state analogs, and avoiding unexpected stumbling blocks when obtaining the necessary certifications for self-authentication.
- Overview of Federal Rules of Evidence 902(13) and (14)
- Purpose and scope of rules
- Evidence subject to Rules 902(13) and (14)
- Best practices for self-authentication and admissibility of ESI
- The "Sedona Conference Commentary on ESI Evidence and Admissibility"
The panel will review these and other relevant topics:
- What types of evidence are subject to FRE 902(13) and (14)?
- Who is qualified to authenticate that ESI offered in evidence is identical to the source?
- What are forensically sound methods to support the authentication of ESI to a judge and opposing parties?
- What are common admissibility disputes over ESI that arise in litigation?
- When do records qualify as self-authenticating under FRE 902(13) and (14)?
Kathryn A. Honecker, Esq.
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith
Ms. Honecker is a partner in the Phoenix office of Lewis Brisbois and a member of the Class Action & Mass Tort and... | Read More
Ms. Honecker is a partner in the Phoenix office of Lewis Brisbois and a member of the Class Action & Mass Tort and Professional Liability Practices. She joined Lewis Brisbois’ Phoenix Office in 2019 with more than 20 years of litigation experience in class actions and other complex and commercial litigation. Throughout her career, Ms. Honecker has represented parties in litigation involving a variety of subjects and claims, including breach of contract, fraud/consumer fraud/misrepresentation, post-secondary educational issues, data breach, professional liability, negligence, antitrust violations, securities fraud, Ponzi schemes, civil rights violations, discrimination, sexual harassment, and employment issues. Ms. Honecker has also advised companies on securities, insurance, and regulatory issues. Ms. Honecker has been active in the class action bar, having chaired both the Class Action and Derivative Suits and the Consumer Litigation Committees of the American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation, and often writes and speaks on class action subjects.Close
Edward T. Kang
Mr. Kang devotes his practice to business litigation and other litigation involving business entities. Rated AV... | Read More
Mr. Kang devotes his practice to business litigation and other litigation involving business entities. Rated AV Preeminent on Martindale-Hubbell, he is recognized as providing exceptional legal counsel and support to his clients. Unlike many litigation attorneys who never, or rarely, try a case in court, Mr. Kang regularly tries cases, including jury trials.Close
Kandis L. Kovalsky
Ms. Kovalsky's practice focuses on a broad range of high stakes complex commercial and business-related civil... | Read More
Ms. Kovalsky's practice focuses on a broad range of high stakes complex commercial and business-related civil litigation in Pennsylvania and New Jersey state and federal courts and arbitral tribunals. She routinely handles expedited litigation matters, including temporary restraining orders and injunctions in federal court.Close
Early Discount (through 01/19/24)
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Early Discount (through 01/19/24)
You may pre-order a recording to listen at your convenience. Recordings are available 48 hours after the webinar. Strafford will process CLE credit for one person on each recording. All formats include course handouts.