10/25/2017

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Room 504 Clarence Mitchell Courthouse-Brown Room

The Bar Association of Baltimore City
Technology Committee

 

Presents

 

Without A Trace: Preventing,
Spotting and Addressing ESI Destruction
 

Wednesday, October 25, 2017
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Clarence Mitchell Courthouse, Room 504
(Bar Library Brown Room)
100 N. Calvert Street
Baltimore, Maryland  21202

  
In the current discovery environment, the sheer volume of ESI (electronically stored information) and the cost of managing it can discourage lawyers from following up on an instinct that discovery has been less than complete and embolden parties who are motivated to distort the record. Powerful wiping programs, for example, can obliterate documents and metadata associated with the documents; yet, an analysis of whether such programs have been deployed is rarely part of a trial attorney’s initial assessment. How can litigators effectively account for these sophisticated programs and other methods of spoliation in the current environment?  In this highly instructive program, Kramon & Graham trial attorneys and others will discuss the signs that signal that something is amiss, describe the processes for conducting a base analysis of the ESI in question, and talk about when additional analysis is worthwhile. The presenters will share methods that they have successfully employed and also describe the current case law on spoliation.

Program participants will learn:

 
  • The clues for determining that ESI has been compromised
  • The process for conducting a base analysis of the ESI provided
  • How to determine when additional analysis is worthwhile
  • Use of computer forensics to detect the destruction of ESI
  
Guest Speakers 

Justin A. Redd, Esquire
Kramon & Graham, P.A.

 
Alicia Shelton, Esquire
Zuckerman Spaeder, LLP 

Michael D. Berman, Esquire
Rifkin Weiner Livingston, LLC



Moderator

Frederic N.C. Smalkin, Esquire
Technology Committee Chair



                 Lunch generously sponsored by                  
Kramon & Graham, P.A.


Admission is FREE for BABC members
Non-members - $40
 
Space is Limited – Register Early!
Members, RSVP to info@baltimorebar.org
Non-members may pay on the link above