CLE CoursesPreservation & Retention: Conflicts & Tensions From Technologies in Transition

Preservation & Retention: Conflicts & Tensions From Technologies in Transition

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FL1.00(Includes 1.00 Technology)
NV0.50(Includes 0.50 Ethics)
WA[Eligible for 0.75] — Must self-apply for credit.

Course Length

48 Minutes

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Course Description

Retention and preservation of data can be tricky, especially in the digital world. In this program, e-discovery expert Kenneth Rashbaum will help you navigate the current state of the law. Topics covered include: spoliation, legal holds, sanctions, international issues, and the "reasonable anticipation" standard. Mr. Rashbaum also provides a number of practical pointers to keep you and your associates out of hot water when it comes to managing data that could become evidence.

Member Reviews

Written materials were very thorough!

Rating: 5

- Amanda E.

Very eye-opening, valuable content. Excellent speaker.

Rating: 5

- Catherine Anne S.

Don't litigate anymore, but blown away by the complexities of modern litigation.the man knows his stuff. Enjoyed the presentation a lot.

Rating: 5

- David S.
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Kenneth Rashbaum

Kenneth Rashbaum

Kenneth Rashbaum is an accomplished litigator, trial lawyer and counselor. He has been the trusted adviser to multiple health care providers, health plans and multinational corporations on information governance and its compliance with federal, state, and international law, and the interface of electronic information of legal and regulatory liabilities. He has served as partner and Co-Chair of the E-Discovery, Compliance and Data Management Practice Group of AmLaw 100 law firm Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold, LLP, and founded the Firm’s HIPAA Practice Group. Ken is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University.