E-Discovery: Learning to Do It Right – Guest Lecture with E-Discovery expert, Steven Teppler

“Being a wizard on your computer or being able to put together amazing projects on Garage Band does not mean you can ethically or responsibly handle e-discovery.”

Every lawyer needs to understand what e-discovery is and the process of e-discovery, or increasingly risk exposure to malpractice for failure to do due diligence for your client. This guest lecture is a must for all lawyers and law students.

Steven W. Teppler chairs Kirk-Pinkerton’s information governance and electronic discovery practice. He has practiced law since 1981, is admitted to the bars of New York, the District of Columbia, Florida, and Illinois and advises private and public sector clients about risk, liability, and compliance issues unique to information governance (i.e., from instantiation through management, preservation and disposition). Steven is an adjunct professor at Ave Maria Law School, teaching electronic discovery, and also lectures nationwide on evolving theories of information governance and electronic discovery.

He is also a faculty member at Solo Practice University® and teaches the course, “Introduction to E-Discovery”.

The audio is about 49 minutes. Listen directly below.

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2 comments on “E-Discovery: Learning to Do It Right – Guest Lecture with E-Discovery expert, Steven Teppler

  • I am so glad to see you covering the topic here, especially with more and more states adopting ediscovery rules. I strongly encourage anyone who is engaged in any form of litigation to take ediscovery very seriously and to get training on the subject. One of the best things I ever did was take the eDiscovery course offered by Kroll OnTrack. Their program covered ediscovery issues such as strategy, preservation, metadata, document production, and clawback without regard to what document review platform you use.

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