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April 5, 2016

EDiscovery Checklist: Admissibility of ESI at Trial

Mary Novacheck presents on ESI at Minnesota CLE webcast.

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The five challenges to admitting common forms of ESI in civil litigation are: relevance, unfair prejudice, authentication, hearsay and the original writing rule, agrees a panel during a webcast presentation yesterday by Minnesota CLE entitled "Starting with the End in Mind: A Checklist for the Admissibility of ESI."

The webcast provided a thorough overview of issues with the admissibility of electronically stored information into evidence at trial. The panel included the Honorable Jerome B. Abrams of the Dakota County District Court, Skip Durocher of Dorsey & Whitney and Mary Novacheck of Bowman and Brooke

Click the following link to obtain a copy of the 23-page checklist distributed to attendees.

Mary Novacheck is a leader of the firm's Discovery Coordination and eDiscovery Practice Group. She serves as national discovery coordinator and document counsel for manufacturers in complex product liability litigation. She frequently appears in Court to defend clients on vexatious and hotly contested discovery issues. She is a member of the Sedona Conference ESI Working Group and regular lecturer on eDiscovery issues.  

To schedule a complimentary "lunch and learn" on eDiscovery issues at your location, or to request a copy of her publications, please contact her at  

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