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Legal Education Webcast: Blockchain and eDiscovery (Part Two): Investigations from Bitcoin to Blockchain

This expert presentation led by one of eDiscovery’s foremost digital forensics experts, John Wilson, will highlight both cryptocurrencies and blockchains and provide attendees with fundamental information that will help them understand how to examine and investigate these technologies and the electronically stored information that results from their usage.

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Legal Education Webcast: Theft of Trade Secrets – Forensics Best Practices

This expert presentation will cover the best practices for counsel to adopt in working to identify and forensically preserve and collect data in a sound, defensible manner. The presentation also will educate legal professionals as to the essential categories of evidence that can be recovered from smartphones and how these categories can be leveraged in not only a defensive manner but also an offensive manner in civil litigation.

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An Educational Update: New York Law School Launches Business of Law Institute

New York Law School (NYLS) will launch a Business of Law Institute this fall. The Institute will create a pipeline of new lawyers to join the growing legal tech sector and will align NYLS’s related educational offerings with the evolving needs of 21st-century businesses, law firms, government agencies, and organizations committed to bridging the access-to-justice gap.

On-Demand Legal Education: eDiscovery for the Rest of Us

Does it seem like eDiscovery technology today is only for the “mega-firms” and “mega-cases”? What about for the “rest of us”? Are there solutions for the small firms and cases too? What does the average lawyer need to know about eDiscovery today and how to select a solution that’s right for them? This CLE-approved webcast discusses what lawyers need to know about eDiscovery, the various sources of data to consider, and the types of technology solutions to consider to make an informed decision and get started using technology to simplify the discovery process.

On-Demand Legal Education: Getting Off the Sidelines and into the Game using Technology Assisted Review

The use of Technology Assisted Review (TAR) has been accepted in the courts for several years, but most lawyers still don’t use it and many still don’t know what it is or how it works. Why not? Are the terms TAR and predictive coding synonymous or are there other forms of TAR that can also facilitate review? This CLE-approved webcast session will discuss what TAR really is, when it may be appropriate to consider for your case, what challenges can impact the use of TAR and how to get started.

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