Category

Discovery

Written Discovery, Document Requests, and Depositions Preview

Civil Discovery

An overview of the typical civil litigation discovery process, including the different types of discovery, the process of serving and responding to discovery requests, and the phases of discovery.

Electronically Stored Information (ESI) Preview

E-Discovery

E-discovery is an important part of document discovery. This course introduces lawyers to key concepts in e-discovery including terminology, how electronically stored information (ESI) is collected, and working with clients and opposing counsel to gather information.

Types of Requests and their Preliminary Portions Preview

Discovery Requests

Lawyers use requests for production, interrogatories, and requests for admission to get different types of information during discovery. This course explains these discovery requests, including what sections appear in typical requests and related drafting tips.

Common Objections Preview

Discovery Responses and Objections

After receiving a discovery request, a party will prepare written responses and objections. This course explains written responses and objections to document requests, interrogatories, and requests for admission.

What is Document Review? Preview

Document Review and Production

An overview of how to conduct a document review, including an explanation of the various purposes and goals and how a review might be structured. Also includes an introduction to producing documents and drafting production cover letters.

Understanding the Case Preview

10 Tips for Doc Review

Practical tips for lawyers new to conducting a document review. Includes tips on how to add value, organizing and escalating documents, and managing mistakes.

The Purpose of Depositions Preview

Introduction to Depositions

An introduction to depositions, including why they’re used, the different types of depositions, deposition procedure, and objections made during depositions.

Gathering Documents Preview

Tips for Deposition Prep

Effective depositions require a lot of preparation. This course provides tips on how associates can best help their teams prepare to take or defend depositions, including selecting documents for the deposition prep binder, preparing a deposition outline, and preparing witnesses to testify.

The Role of Experts Preview

Expert Witnesses

An overview of working with expert witnesses, including consulting and testifying experts, qualification as an expert under the applicable rules, attorney-client privilege considerations, and expert and rebuttal reports.