The OWLS Membership Committee is proud to present this CLE as a benefit to our Members.
People live their lives online. And often, the life someone lives online is different than the one they present in real life. This CLE will explore ways to obtain and use in litigation evidence about someone’s online life.
One MCLE credit will be applied for the program.
Presenters will be Brian Sniffen and Tara O’Hanlon, both from Miller Nash.
No need to RSVP. To participate, call 712.775.7000, participant code 990709#. This is “freeconferencecall.com” Note that if you don’t have free minutes on your phone plan, it will be a toll call. Even though you will be asked to announce yourself, please don’t. Make sure you mute your phone by entering *6. Towards the end of the hour, there will be a brief question and answer period. After you have listened to the entire program, please email Ali with your name and OSB number so that we may submit a record of your attendance to the Oregon State Bar MCLE Department.
PowerPoint: Sniffen and O’Hanlon – Electronic Evidence
Rule 902 Evidence That Is Self-Authenticating
Rule 45 Subpoena
Rule 34 Producing Documents Electronically Stored Information and Tangib…
Rule 26 Duty to Disclose General Provisions Governing Discovery
Fed R Civ P 5.2
Bloomberg Law – How to Mitigate Data Breach Risks in eDiscovery
Authenticating Digital Evidence
ABA Article re eDiscovery and Data Privacy