Presenter:
Robert C. Brandt, CFLS

“ESI 2.0 – Managing Electronically Stored Information and E-Discovery in Family Law”

This is a full-day (6 hours) practical approach to ESI Education. You need this information to prepare for trial, prepare discovery to obtain ESI, to educate your clients about the dangers of ESI, and to examine ESI experts. Learn what lies beneath the surface of your CPU as you delve into ESI in cell phones, tablets, and laptops, under the guidance of nationally recognized computer forensic experts and educators. This course will show that electronic evidence can be user-friendly. Examine the proliferation of powerful, probative electronic evidence to increase competence in employing ESI effectively and economically. Learn key techniques that even lawyers with limited IT experience can find practical and easy to use. This program explores the fundamentals of how evidence lives in clients’ computing environments. Discover the essential areas for negotiation and agreement in connection with the preservation, collection, processing, review and production of electronic evidence. This will assist you in lowering the cost with do-it-yourself approaches to E-Discovery.

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23rd Annual Spring Seminar: “Submitted: Mastering Rulings, Orders & Judgments”

Garrett C. Dailey, CFLS Faculty (Bench): Faculty (Bar): Justice Dennis Cornell Robert Brandt, CFLS Hon. John Chemelski, Ret. Ronald Granberg, CFLS Hon. Dianna Gould-Saltman Babarba Hammers, CFLS Hon. Erick Larsh John Hodson, CFLS Hon. Mark S. Millard Sherry Peterson, CFLS Hon. Thomas Trent Lewis Leslie Ellen Shear, CALS, CFLS Hon. Marge A. Slabach, Ret. Stephen Temko, CALS, CFLS Hon. Alice Vilandi Elaine Tumonis, Esq.

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25th Annual Spring Seminar Yours Mine and Ours: Complexities in Characterizing Assests and Debts

The Family Residence: Recent Cases and Hot Topics Dawn Gray, CFLS and Katherine Kirkland, CFLS; Issues Affecting the Character of Commercial and Investment Property Dawn Gray, CFLS and Greg Abel, CFLS It’s None of Your Business, Or Is It Robert C. Brandt, CFLS, Judi A. Curtin, CFLS, and Lawrence A. Moskowitz, CFLS Characterization of Retirement Benefits and Deferred Compensation – The Seesaw R. Ann Fallon, CFLS and James T. Crawford, Jr., JD Follow the Facts – Characterizing Investment Accounts, Insurance, Stock, and Employment Compensation/Assets Hon. Sue Alexander, Hon. Mark A. Juhas, and Hon. Michael J. Convey Staking Claims to Intellectual Property in the Golden State Harold Stanton, JD; Kenneth Sidle Debts and Dissolution of Marriage or “Who Gets the Gold Mine and Who Gets the Shaft” D. Thomas Woodruff, CFLS, Hon. James Mize, and Hon. John D. Paulsen Ask the Judges – the Last Word on “Yours, Mine, and Ours: Complexities in Characterizing Assets and Debts” Hon. Thomas Trent Lewis, Hon. Michael J. Naughton (Ret.), Hon. Patti C. Ratekin,

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