Every organization creates, exchanges and stores an enormous volume of data. This electronically stored information (ESI), including email, Microsoft Word documents, spreadsheets and accounting data – has become a focal point for most litigation today. The rules of evidence discovery now require that computer hard drives and other ESI be included as part of the discovery process.
Join Revelwood and special guest presenter Rob Kleeger, managing director of Digital4nx Group, a digital forensics investigation and consulting firm, on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at 1pm ET, to learn:
- Why electronically stored information (ESI) is a treasure trove for the enterprising litigation professional
- What types of data are considered ESI
- What really happens to “deleted” files
- Trends in e-discovery
- Best Practices in handling electronically stored data
This webinar was sponsored by Revelwood.