June 28, 2020
Mecklenburg County Bar
Civil Litigation, Criminal Justice, Discovery, Technology
Have you ever gotten so much paper and digital discovery in a case and thought, there is no physical way to read all of this? Many of us have practiced in a time when it was possible to read and analyze every single page and word included in discovery provided by the State or the Government. Now, with the increase in digital monitoring, social media, and inexpensive data storage, discovery review can be overwhelming. In some cases, it is physically impossible to read every page. How do we go about making sure we have seen everything we need to see and not get ambushed at trial or during negotiations? The speaker will explain and demonstrate how to use technology (some that you may already own) to sort through everything and make a plan of attack for discovery review. He has used these methods in some of the biggest discovery cases ever done in non-white collar cases in the United States. With the use of these tools, we can combat the flood of paper the government uses to try and overwhelm our ability to defend our clients.Expand summary
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