An attorney’s ethical duties of competence in the handling of discovery of electronically stored information are becoming increasingly important. Thirty-eight U.S. states have now recognized that lawyers have an ethical duty to be competent in technology.1
This live Continuing Legal Education (CLE) webinar will highlight ethical quandaries in eDiscovery using a model case where the defendant elected to use Technology Assisted Review (TAR).
Join legal experts as they discuss some of the tricky ethical issues surrounding litigation discovery. The webinar will include a chance for you to test your knowledge of legal ethics rules surrounding eDiscovery through a series of fun “quick polls” (or download a spreadsheet).
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All registrants will receive a link to the recording and additional resources.
CLE: We will process individual state CLE requests through the survey immediately following the webinar. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer South Carolina and Pennsylvania CLE at this time.
1 LawSites: Tech Competence