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Practical Implications of Handling Electronic Information

04.19.18 1:30PM – 04.19.18 2:30PM





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This program will discuss the benefits and difficulties of locating, preserving and using electronically stored information (ESI) in a fraud case. This event may be a rebroadcast of a live event and the instructor will be available to answer your questions either during or after the event.
A number of issues can arise in obtaining ESI in the discovery process and in determining the scope of ESI that may be obtained. The provisions that should be included in cooperation agreements to coordinate issues of cost, scope and form of production of ESI will be discussed.

  • What is ESI
  • Where is ESI located
  • How to cooperate with federal regulators over ESI
  • How to best obtain ESI records through the discovery process
  • How to define the scope of ESI to be produced
  • Factors to consider in sharing the costs of ESI production
  • Obtaining records from financial institutions
  • How to deal with attorney-client privilege issues in ESI production
  • How to preserve ESI for use as evidence in a later trial
  • Writing a thorough cooperation and coordination agreement to canvas issues relating to ESI
  • How ESI can help in a commercial fraud case

Learn about how to deal with the large variety of issues that arise in dealing with ESI and how best to preserve ESI if needed as evidence in future litigation.
Designed For
CEOs, CFOs, directors, other corporate officers, CPAs, attorneys, auditors, regulators, business people, financial institutions, hedge funds
CPA Crossings, LLC
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