You Have Gifts Already Waiting for You This Holiday Season: eDiscovery Holiday Greetings
Tom O’Connor and I conducted another successful CLE webcast yesterday, recapping the 2018 eDiscovery Year in Review, and it occurred to me that we don’t emphasize enough that all of the CLE webcasts we do are available for you to check out on your own – even months after the webcast has been conducted! You just might be able to complete your entire CLE requirement by watching our webcasts!
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Anyway, here’s a list of the CLE webcasts we’ve conducted this year:
- 2018 eDiscovery Year in Review (December 12, 2018)
- The “Luddite” Lawyer: Will Lawyers Ever Embrace Technology? (November 28, 2018)
- Get a “Clue” Regarding Your eDiscovery Process (October 31, 2018)
- Preparing for Litigation Before it Happens (September 26, 2018)
- Litigate or Settle? Info You Need to Make Case Decisions (August 29, 2018)
- Key eDiscovery Case Law Review for First Half of 2018 (July 25, 2018)
- Collecting Responsive ESI from Difficult Places (June 20, 2018)
- eDiscovery for the Rest of Us (May 30, 2018)
- Getting Off the Sidelines and into the Game using Technology Assisted Review (April 25, 2018)
- Understanding eDiscovery in Criminal Cases (March 21, 2018)
- eDiscovery and the GDPR: Ready or Not, Here it Comes! (February 21, 2018)
- Important eDiscovery Case Law Decisions of 2017 and Their Impact on 2018 (January 11, 2018)
Twelve CLE webcasts, twelve days of Christmas! Coincidence? I think not! :o)
What a lot of people don’t realize is that CLE-accreditation is not just available for those who attended these webcasts live, it’s also available for those who view the webcasts on demand. They are truly the gift that keeps on giving – CLE credits. While each of these webcasts were accredited in selected states, CLE accreditation is available in additional states via reciprocity credit. So, if you want to ask about CLE credit on any particular webcast, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These twelve are part of nearly forty total informative webcasts on our site at our Webcasts page here.
I want to thank all of you who have read this blog over the course of this year and all of you who have attended at least some of our webcasts. There are literally thousands of you who have done one or both and we wouldn’t have a reason to do it without your support. Also, thanks to Tom O’Connor, my “wingman” for all of his contributions to our webcasts this year, he’s not only highly informative, but also a fun webcast partner.
We’re into our ninth year for eDiscovery Daily, and (other than the couple of weeks I take off at the end of each year to “recharge my batteries” – starting now!), are still going strong. As we always say, please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic. We love your feedback and suggestions (like the case law suggestion we received and published in yesterday’s post)!
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!! eDiscovery Daily will resume with new posts after the new year on January 2.
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