Introduction to Electronic Evidence and Discovery
"Introduction to Electronic Evidence and Discovery" is a one (1) hour Virginia General CLE credit presentation. The program focuses on the basics of electronic evidence and their discovery. It includes a brief overview of information technology and sources of electronic evidence. The course discusses how information is stored on devices and their continued availability after deletion. This course will introduce attorneys to the disciplines of computer forensics and electronic discovery and help them understand the difference between them and their unique roles in litigation. Sample litigation scenarios are presented to explain their procedures, costs, and possible results. Attorneys taking this course will learn about the types of electronic information available and methods to turn them into evidence; how electronic evidence costs can be shared between adverse parties; and trends in forensic computing to include new sources of evidence.
Approved 1.0 CLE Credit
Friday, October 26, 2012