Digital Evidence in Matrimonial Cases – Deconstructing Electronically Stored Information | Pre-Recorded

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Description

The volume of digital evidence potentially available in matrimonial (and other) cases dwarfs all evidence in all other forms. Recent ethical opinions state that a practitioner must be competent to deal with electronic evidence issues and the Uniform Rules for NY Trial Courts mandate consideration for Discovery of Electronically Stored Information (“ESI”) at the time of Preliminary Conference.

Credits

2 MCLE Credits (.5 Ethics & 1.5 Skills)

Faculty

Nicholas G. Himonidis, J.D., CFE, CCFS

Sponsors

BBA’s Family Law Section – RoseAnn C. Branda, Esq., Chair
Investors Bank
Thomson Reuters — Westlaw