ESI Discovery for the Technologically Challenged


January 26, 2015 | 11:45 am - 1:05 pm EST

This seminar, presented by The Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Technology Practice Committee, covers the ins and outs of ESI Law, including the federal rules of civil procedure, cost-shifting analyses, and how to negotiate with opposing counsel and draft motions to compel/for protective order.

1 CLE Credit Hour


This course is expected to receive 1.0 CLER from The Florida Bar.

Andrew S. Kwan, Esq., Beasley Hauser Kramer & Galardi, P.A.

Opening Remarks
Edwin M. Walker, III, Esq., Walker Law Firm, P.A. Committee Chair

Intro to ESI: What is meant by ESI, types of ESI, etc.

Basic ESI Law: Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
a. relevance
b. discoverability case law
c. process for obtaining ESI from opposing party and nonparty

Cost-Shifting Law: Zubulake factors and other cost-shifting analyses

Persuading the Court: Tips for negotiations with opposing counsel and drafting motions to compel/for protective order