eDiscovery: Data Preservation, Forensic and Targeted Collections
(LIVE IN PERSON)
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Date and Time: Friday, February 7, 2020, 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Location: HSBA Main Conference Room, 1100 Alakea Street, 10th Floor
Credit: This seminar qualifies for 1 CLE Credit.
$35 HSBA Members (LIVE)
$45 Non-HSBA Member (LIVE)
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The purpose of this presentation to provide attorneys with a basic understanding of computer forensics, so that they can capably discuss the data preservation and collection process with their clients, their client’s IT managers and/or Forensic Investigators.
FRCP Rule 37 (e) – The duty to preserve evidence begins when a party knows of or has a reasonable anticipation of future litigation. Failure to preserve evidence can result in severe sanctions:
FRCP Rule 37 (e)(2) – The Court May..
A) Presume the information loss was unfavorable
B) Issue mandatory or permissive adverse inference instruction
C) Enter dismissal or default
During this presentation, we will demonstrate the steps taken to forensically image a computer’s hard drive and discuss the options of using forensic tools to perform less expensive, but equally as effective targeted collections.
We will then demonstrate Forensic Analysis Systems that are used to quickly cull through volumes of files on forensically imaged drives and the eDiscovery Systems that law firms then use for discovery.
Mark Seo, HON Discovery Group
Mark Seo is the founder of the HON Discovery Group, a Honolulu-based Forensics, eDiscovery and Trial Technologies firm that helps law firms, government and corporations effectively manage discovery.
Mr. Seo is a graduate of UC Berkeley and holds multiple eDiscovery and Computer Forensic Certifications. Mark is a frequent speaker on national eDiscovery issues, presenting at many of the premier technology conferences, including (International Legal Technology Conference), Sedona Conference, NY Legal Technology Conference, ABA Annual Conference (s), Hastings School of Law, Boalt Law School and here in Hawaii, the Hawaii State Bar, William S Richardson School of Law and the Hawaii Judicial Conference.
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