Legal Aid Society of Orange County presents:
Let’s Talk About: Understanding Technology and digital evidence
If you have ever had a question about digital evidence, then this is a class you should not miss! As Computer data is an ever increasing share of evidence, this presentation will cover the sources of that data and how to properly preserve and collect it, or extract it, combined with a survey of the tools and systems that attorneys use to manage data through the discovery process. Come hear an expert, and bring your questions.
Speaker will be author Jonathan Karchmer
Mr. Karchmer has over 13 years of experience dealing with computer forensic examinations, ESI collection/processing, hosting, as well as document review and production. He has advised counsel in engagements regarding intellectual property and trade secret theft, contractual disputes, electronic document production, FTC second requests, due diligence investigations, embezzlement, harassment, illegal surveillance, network attack/incident handling, and network security auditing and has offered sworn testimony in both state and federal courts.
Introduced by Commissioner Richard G. Vogl (Ret.)
(“Let’s Talk” is a series of classes sponsored by the Legal Aid Society of Orange County and led by Commissioner Vogl. This series covers a variety of court issues and is for MCLE credit for lawyers, paralegals, and office staff.)
March 24, 2015
1 hour MCLE
12:15 PM to 1:15 PM
Location: 2101 North Tustin Avenue, Santa Ana
Bring your lunch and questions!
Cost: $25 -or-
Volunteer in LASOC’s Family Law Clinic -or-
Accept a pro bono case with one of LASOC’s clients.
Law students and judicial officers admitted without charge
Register now while space is still available.
Legal Aid Society of Orange County
714-571-5204 office * 714-571-5188 FAX
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