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Law Practice/Procedures

“Electronic Evidence & The Bounds of Privacy”

Do you remind the Judge of your client’s “right to privacy”? This presentation by Diana Richmond, CFLS, provides the law, cases, and arguments when challenged by the “rights of privacy”. How far does the right of privacy extend in the marital context? Our presenter focuses on the clash between electronic evidence and the bounds of privacy. There are competing forces of fiduciary duty between spouses, compliance with the discovery statutes, and privacy. This program addresses claims of privacy and the right to inspect electronically stored information (ESI). How do you avoid abuses of ESI? If a client intercepts electronic communication they may be subject to civil litigation and damages. To asset the right of privacy you must understand and address the burden of proof issues.

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“Evidence 101: Cyberstalking and Hacking”

“Evidence 101: Cyberstalking and Hacking” by Benjamin Rose 1/23/18 1 Hour MCLE Has your client been hacked? Is cyberstalking suspected? Benjamin Rose will describe how it’s done, how it’s detected, how to prove it in court, and how to prevent it going forward. In the process, he will teach you about the current technologies and resources available in pursuing and proving stalking and hacking claims and what the right expert can do for your cases. This 68 minute presentation will provide a comprehensive knowledge of the right of privacy and its application to electronic evidence in the context of family law.

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“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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19 Ways to Change a Judge’s Mind Without an Appeal

Prepare for the appeal when you prepare your case for trial. Our presenters overlay the procedural timelines with the various forms of relief available as your case progresses from stipulations before trial through prejudgment motions, motions during trial, motions after judgment is entered, and available relief until filing of the Notice of Appeal. Our panel are experts in this process. Steve Temko is dual certified in Family Law and Appeals. There are more than 19 Motions and Requests fully presented in the materials with this program — a Handbook of 37 possible motions in 100 pages by Steve Temko and also the slides of the presentation also found in the video. You will not find this concise wealth of information on alternatives to an Appeal in any other place.

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2015 Speakers Series: “The Anatomy of a Family Law Trial” Part Four – “It’s All in The Way You Tell It” (Closing Argument and Post‑Trial Motions)

This presentation is two hours with experienced and knowledgeable Family Law litigation counsel and a career trial Judge. As the trial concludes, it is time to bring together the theme with storytelling and anticipate possible post trial motions. Tips, tricks and techniques to convince the trial judge to rule for your client. Analyze effective post trial motions; what you can expect to accomplish and the specific timing imposed. Benefit from the view of these presenters careers in Family Law. This is Part Four of the 2015 series “The Anatomy of a Family Law Trial”.

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