Lorman Seminars:Electronic Data, Discovery and Document Storage

20 Jan 2011

Length: 87 minutes
Product ID: 387062EAU


Do you find yourself dreading your next eDiscovery matter? Would you like to develop a road map that will guide you through the maze of collecting, processing, reviewing and producing electronic data? This auOnDemand Webinar will help you to develop a well-crafted discovery plan, intelligently set a budget, identify the sources of electronic documents, use best practices for data collection, and implement a successful review and production.


1:00 PM – 1:20 PM

Crafting the Discovery Plan

  • The Team
  • Identify the Data to Be Preserved
  • Identify Data That Should Be Produced Is Potentially Burdensome
  • Estimate the Total Amount of Data to Be Reviewed
  • Understand the Time That Processing and Review Will Require
  • Identify Search Strategies
  • Determine a Realistic Budget

1:20 PM – 1:40 PM

Electronic Data: What Is It?

  • System Files
  • Application Files
  • User Files
  • Databases
  • Email

1:40 PM – 2:00 PM

How to Find Electronic Data

  • Physical Locations for Examination
  • Data Harvesting or Forensics
  • Proactive Approach to eDiscovery
  • Metadata Preservation
  • Finding Deleted Files in a Forensic Examination

2:00 PM – 2:20 PM

What to Do With It

  • Estimate the Volume of Data as It Translates to Pages
  • Processing Paper to a Manageable Digital Solution
  • Process Flow for Conversion of E-Data to Tiff
  • Native File Review

2:20 PM – 2:30 PM

Questions and Answers


Lynell Phillips, Phillips Computer Forensics

Lynell Phillips

  • Discovery consultant and computer forensic expert with Phillips Computer Forensics
  • Extensive background in litigation support, computer forensics, discovery management and electronic document processing
  • Worked on hundreds of cases, including intellectual property and employment matters for major law firms and sole practitioners
  • Clients include Fortune 50 companies and small to medium-sized businesses
  • Several years working directly with the development of applications to programmatically process electronic data and has personally been responsible for the successful production of millions of pages of documents
  • Experience with most major litigation support packages and electronic discovery processing applications
  • Spoken on electronic discovery and computer forensics at the Daily Journal Legal Works Conference, the Queen’s Bench Bar Association of San Francisco, the Glasser Legal Works Electronic Discovery and Records Retention Conference, the Dataflight Partners in Excellence Conference, the Estrin Paralegal SuperConference and Lorman Education Services seminars on electronic discovery and discovery skills
  • B.S. degree in political science, University of Houston

Continuing Education Units

  • CLE (Please check the “Detailed Credit Information” page for states that have already been approved)
  • NALA
  • Additional credit may be available upon request. Contact Lorman at 866-352-9540 Detailed Credit Information