Course Catalog
Records Retention Policy and Practice - the foundation to litigation preparedness and defending document destruction in the ordinary course of business.  Organizations and their outside counsel must understand the architecture of records retention policy and practice in the context of legal discovery to avoid the risks of spoliation and claims of culpable behavior
PC and Network Technology for Electronic Discovery
These two courses explain how computers, computer systems, software, and the Internet work - using rigorously non-technical content.  These are considered foundation courses for anyone not computer literate. 
We approach our training programs as an opportunity to listen, identify problems, and define solutions that are actionable.

In today's world where electronic information is evidence, attorneys and paralegals must know how technology works to understand electronic discovery, and information systems professionals must understand how the process of legal discovery.
The Litigation  Lifecycle - Technology and Process
Information technology plays a key role in every step of the litigation document lifecycle from 'reasonable expectation of litigation' to discovery demand to production
Pending Changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
A foundation course covering the pending changes to the FRCP which address electronic discovery.- with an emphasis on the technology behind the changes.  This course examines what to know about information systems to prepare for initial conference, information storage and accessible vs inaccessible information and establishing undue burden or cost, implications of the safe harbor change and several other changes called for in the pending changes to FRCP.
(The 5 Most) Common Legal Issues in Electronic Discovery
This course covers the most common issues encountered in electronic discovery and is an excellent foundation course for those who want to understand the legal implications of electronic discovery. 
Special programs can be tailored to the needs of paralegals and legal assistants
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What makes electronically stored information inaccessible and how to evaluate undue burden or cost.
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The basics of network design and how to identify all possible sources of electronically stored information.
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The key requirements of records retention policy and practice to meet reasonableness standards
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How backup tapes work, how they're used, and what controls costs of restoration.
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How to manage data collection as a key to controlling discovery costs.
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Form of production and the differences between native, TIFF, and PDF, and including metadata.
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The basics software applications and databases, and how they create and manage information.
Important Resources
Discovery Partners
DP Services