Electronic Discovery in Florida State Court
Approved for continuing legal education credit in the following area(s): 3.0 General CLE Credits, 1.0 Ethics CLE Credit, 3.0 Technology CLE Credits, 3.0 Business Litigation Certification Credits, 3.0 Civil Trial Certification Credits, 3.0 State & Federal Government Administrative Practice Certification Credits, 3.0 City County and Local Government Law Credits, and 0.5 Criminal Trial Certification Credits . Course # 1540D.
Every Florida lawyer handling matters governed by the Rules of Civil Procedure must understand and be able to apply the new e-discovery rules. E-discovery Education: The Florida Supreme Court has also approved procedural rule amendments governing the discovery and production of electronically stored information in civil cases. Every Florida lawyer handling matters governed by the Rules of Civil Procedure must understand and be able to apply the new e-discovery rules. The Bar recorded a three-hour CLE education program concerning the newly adopted e-discovery rules. This course is taught by three practicing attorneys who helped draft the rules and a former Florida circuit judge, three of whom are also e-discovery educators. The presenters thoroughly cover the new electronic discovery rules and provide guidance on how to utilize the rules to meet professional obligations and to diligently advocate for clients regardless of practice area.