Bankruptcy Law: 6.00
Civil Trial Law: 6.00
Criminal Law: 6.00
Estate Planning and Probate Law: 6.00
Family Law: 6.00
Oil, Gas and Mineral Law: 6.00
Personal Injury Trial Law: 6.00
Real Estate Law: 6.00
Sources of electronic evidence are many, varied, and the list is constantly growing. Do you know how to tap into each one for the evidence you need? This paralegal program will show you how to approach different devices and applications in litigation. From emails and social media sites to smartphones, smartwatches, and more, get the insights you need to find, preserve, and capture case-supporting information. Register today!
Learn best practices for obtaining evidence from computers and emails.
Walk through each step you need to take to preserve and collect social media evidence.
Find out how to obtain texts, call logs, geolocation data, and other information from smartphones.
Tap into the wealth of evidence in smartwatches and the cloud.
Hear how to obtain data from Slack, Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and other communications platforms.
Collecting Computer, Tablet, and Email Evidence
Getting Evidence From Facebook, Youtube, and Other Social Media Sites and Apps
Smartphones: Collecting Text Messages, Apps, Location Data, and More
Obtaining Evidence From Apple Watch, Fitbit, and Other Smartwatches
Discovery Guide to Slack, Microsoft Teams, and Other Business Communication Apps
E-Discovery for Zoom and Other Video Communications
Ephemeral Messages and Other Current Preservation Challenges
Bankruptcy Law: 6.00Civil Trial Law: 6.00Criminal Law: 6.00Estate Planning and Probate Law: 6.00Family Law: 6.00Oil, Gas and Mineral Law: 6.00Personal Injury Trial Law: 6.00Real Estate Law: 6.00
This course has been approved by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization for certification and recertification continuing legal education requirements for paralegals and legal assistants. Certification areas: Bankruptcy Law, Civil Trial Law, Criminal Law, Estate Planning and Probate Law, Family Law, Oil, Gas and Mineral Law, Personal Injury Trial Law, Real Estate Law.
LAURA A. DANIELSON is currently the director of client services at HaystackID, Inc. She brings over three decades of experience and is considered an industry expert in the following areas: complex litigation, specializing in consulting, best practices in litigation technology and support, ESI, data management, and trial advocacy for corporations and law firms. Ms. Danielson is a former litigation paralegal and project manager, published author, and frequent speaker/instructor. She has participated in over 100 trials in federal and state courts nationally, and has been on numerous winning trial teams, with her work focused in the areas of intellectual property, product liability, toxic tort, and complex litigation. In addition, she has worked on mock trials, focus groups, arbitrations, and assisted counsel in preparation for mediations. Ms. Danielson holds a bachelor's degree in political science and an associate degree in paralegal studies. She holds the following certifications: certified records manager (CRM), project management professional (PMP) Six Sigma-Green Belt, and Six Sigma-White Belt. Currently, she is a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI), Association of Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA), Six Sigma, and Women in E-Discovery (WiE) where she is member of the National Leadership Team for WiE.
G. GRANT DIXON III is the founder of the Dixon Law Office with offices in LaGrange, Chicago, and Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois. The firm represents plaintiffs in serious personal injury, wrongful death, and workers' compensation cases. He has obtained multiple million-dollar verdicts as well as several record verdicts and settlements for his clients. He has been recognized nationally for his representation of injured victims including six-time Super Lawyer, multiyear Leading Lawyer, and 40 Under 40 lawyer. Mr. Dixon has been the author or coauthor of 32 legal articles and 93 presentations on a wide variety of legal topics around the country. Mr. Dixon earned his B.S. degree from Indiana University and his J.D. degree from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois.
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