Learn about the sources of ESI and how to properly identify, preserve, collect, and process information.
Many legal professionals, including lawyers, paralegals, and legal support professionals, often do not understand that best practices and sound, defensible processes required to identify, collect, and process electronically stored information (ES) that is relevant to a legal matter. In this topic, you will learn about modern sources of ESI and how to properly identify, preserve, collect, and process information that may be relevant and material to your case. The material will also explain the consequences for failure to develop best practices; and processes for handling ESI.
Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists
- President of the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), which provides training and certification in e-discovery and related disciplines to law firms, corporate legal, and the broader legal community
- Successful consultant and advisor to Am Law 200 firms and Fortune 500 companies
- Has been successfully consulting in information governance, e-discovery, project management and legal technology for two decades, including 10 year stints at both Skadden Arps and Stroock
- 20 years of experience at law firms working on large-scale e-discovery projects
- Author of 2016 book, Project Management in Electronic Discovery
- Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified E-Discovery Specialist (CEDS)
- Frequently writes and speaks on e-discovery, legal operations, project management, and technology topics
- Graduate, State University of New York
- Can be contacted at [email protected] or on Twitter @mikequartararo
- A career forensic expert who is recognized by the United States Department of Defense as a mobile forensics SME and has testified in at least a dozen forensic cases
- Led large-scale forensic teams within the federal government, state, and local law enforcement; has been working in private consulting for the past 6 years assisting major organizations, consulting groups, and AMLAW 100 clients with some of the most complex and sophisticated digital forensic investigations and collections
- Helped establish a civilian forensic unit for Naval Information Warfare Systems Command
- Assists in training law enforcement agents and forensic analysts in different forensic techniques and skills, as well as teaching at several colleges within the CUNY system in the field of cybersecurity and Digital Forensics
- Helped lead the District Attorney of New York’s Cyber Crime Unit - Major Economic Crime Bureau investigations
- Created and helped bring to market, first of its kind mobile data review tool
- Over 11 years’ experience in complex and large-scale investigations
- Sits on several advisory boards, such as the EC-Council in helping train future forensic analysts and help craft certification courses & exams
- M.S. degree in computer forensic & digital investigations, University of Maryland
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