e-Discovery: Beyond Files and Folders (2014)

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Summary

e-DISCOVERY BEYOND FILES AND FOLDERS

Chairpersons: Erika L. Nusser & Matthew C. Abrecht Program chairs: Jason Amala & Bill Gilbert Recorded Friday, June 27, 2014 • Seattle WSBA Activity ID: 377074 5.75 CLE Credits Approved (includes 0.5 Ethics/Professionalism)

8:20-8:30 Welcome and Introduction Erika Nusser, Seattle & Matt C. Albrecht, Moses Lake
8:30-8:50 The Basics: Native, TIFF, and PDF Productions – Managing and using the data. Erika Nusser, Seattle
8:50-9:50 What Does It Mean to be Technically Competent in E-Discovery in 2014? Jason R. Baron, Esq., Drinker Biddle & Reath, LLP, Washington, D.C via Skype (includes 0.5 Ethics/Professionalism)
9:50-9:55 Q&A with the speaker
9:55-10:10 Break
10:10-11:10 e-Discovery in the PI Practice: Saving money in simple ways; managing document and data dumps; practical ways to handle discovery that comes on a hard drive; protecting your clients (and you) from a paperless trail. Panel of speakers: Nathan Roberts, Tacoma Jason Amala, Seattle Matt L. Albrecht, PCVA Systems Administrator, Seattle
11:10-11:15 Q&A with the speakers
11:15-12:15 e-Discovery in Civil Rights and Employment Law: E-discovery, laying the groundwork with litigation hold letters and ESI agreements that work. Thomas G. Jarrard, Spokane Practical challenges in building the E-discovery model for your expert. Victor Torres, Bellevue Case examples in preservation, spoliation and sanctions. Rick Goldsworthy, Seattle
12:15-12:20 Q&A with the speakers
12:20-12:50 Lunch (box lunches included in tuition)
12:50-1:50 e-Discovery in Medical Malpractice: Medical Records Metadata, Audit Trails, Computer-Aided Diagnostics, and Digital Hide-and-Seek Panel of speakers: Andrew Hoyal, Seattle Josiah Roloff, Global Compusearch, Spokane Angela Macey-Cushman, Bainbridge Island
1:50-1:55 Q&A with the speakers
1:55-2:10 Break
2:10-3:10 e-Discovery in Commercial Litigation: PST files, hard drives, cell phones, websites - a bonanza of digital information; Forensic experts dig to the next level; Document preservation obligations, implications, considerations. Hozaifa Cassubhai, Seattle Matt C. Albrecht, Spokane Josiah Roloff, Global Compusearch, Spokane Jason Smith, Celerity Consulting Group, Seattle
3:10-3:15 Q&A with the speakers

Presenters
Erika L. Nusser
Erika L. Nusser is an associate at Terrell Marshall Daudt & Willie PLLC.
Ms. Nusser’s practice focuses on sexual abuse, personal injury, and complex litigation, including individual and class action employment and consumer fraud litigation....More

Matthew C. Albrecht
Matt Albrecht calls Spokane, Washington home. Having personally seen the tragic consequences of carelessness, his background working construction and as a planner for the Washington State Department of Transportation created a passion for ensuring...More
Jason R. Baron
Jason R. Baron serves as Of Counsel in the law firm of Drinker, Biddle & Reath, in their Information Governance and eDiscovery Group in Washington, D.C. He also co-chairs the recently formed Information Governance Initiative, an industry consortium...More
Nathan P. Roberts
Nate Roberts is a trial lawyer who represents real, everyday people as they work to hold corporations and government accountable. His primary focus is on the litigation and trial of complex personal injury and wrongful death claims. Over the course...More
Jason P. Amala
JASON P. AMALA has devoted his law practice to representing individuals and businesses who have been victimized by others. His clients and cases span a diverse range, from representing consumers who are severely injured by defective products, to...More
Matt L. Albrecht
Matt L. Albrecht is the Systems Administrator for the law firm of Pfau Cochran Vertetis Amala.
Thomas G. Jarrard
Mr. Jarrard’s practice is focused on Veterans and Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) litigation. He is admitted to practice in Washington State, the Federal Court E. Dist. of Washington, the 5th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th,...More
Victor J. Torres
Rick Goldsworthy is an attorney at the Blankenship Law Firm, P.S. in Seattle. He focuses his practice on complex litigation, including employment law and personal injury claims. He is committed to protecting the rights of individuals and promoting...More
Richard Goldsworthy
Rick Goldsworthy is an attorney at the Blankenship Law Firm, P.S. in Seattle. He focuses his practice on complex litigation, including employment law and personal injury claims. He is committed to protecting the rights of individuals and promoting...More
Andrew Hoyal
Andrew Hoyal became a member of the Luvera Law Firm in 1999, focusing on product-liability cases against pharmaceutical companies.
Mr. Hoyal is a graduate of Vanderbilt Law School in Nashville, Tennessee, and practiced law in Tennessee for 12...More

Mark D. Kamitomo
MARK D. KAMITOMO’S practice is concentrated primarily in the areas of medical malpractice, nursing home negligence and product liability. He is a principle in the law firm of The Markam Group Inc., P.S. in Spokane.

Mr. Kamitomo received his...More

Josiah Roloff
Mr. Roloff is the President and Senior Digital Forensics Examiner at Global CompuSearch LLC, a private digital forensics firm with headquarters in Spokane, Washington and offices in Portland, Oregon; Palm Springs and Sacramento, California. Global...More
Angela Macey-Cushman
ANGELA MACEY?CUSHMAN practices law in Seattle, Washington. She represents families andindividuals with estate, trust, and Medicaid planning. She helps many clients who are themselvesdisabled, or have a family member with a disability, including...More
Hozaifa Cassubhai
Hozaifa Cassubhai represents businesses and individuals in a broad range of civil and commercial litigation matters in state and federal courts, arbitration proceedings, and governmental and other investigations. His work has covered the areas of...More
Jason Smith
Jason Smith is the Director of Business Development at Celerity Consulting Group. Jason brings more than 14 years of experience in the Litigation Support industry. Prior to joining Celerity, Jason was the VP of ESI Business Development for a large...More

Originally Published

June 27, 2014


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • e-Discovery: Beyond Files and Folders (2014) - Paper
  • e-Discovery: Beyond Files and Folders Part 1 - Video
  • e-Discovery: Beyond Files and Folders Part 1 - Audio
  • e-Discovery: Beyond Files and Folders Part 2 - Video
  • e-Discovery: Beyond Files and Folders Part 2 - Audio
  • e-Discovery: Beyond Files and Folders Part 3 - Video
  • e-Discovery: Beyond Files and Folders Part 3 - Audio
  • e-Discovery: Beyond Files and Folders Part 4 - Video
  • e-Discovery: Beyond Files and Folders Part 4 - Audio
  • e-Discovery: Beyond Files and Folders Part 5 - Video
  • e-Discovery: Beyond Files and Folders Part 5 - Audio

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