Recorded Webinars

iCONECT provides a series of recorded webinars to educate end user customers on the overall features and benefits our Review Platform products have to offer. Users can access the classes anytime. Each recorded session takes less than an hour to cover a specific topic as defined below.

To access, watch and listen to any of our recordings, select from the menu below. 

“The Wrath” of Rule 11 – How to Get Boldly Sanctioned

Recorded Webinars  |  posted on June 26th, 2013  |  Request Now

Ever wonder which lawyer wore a Red Shirt on the away mission to the Federal Courthouse?  In “The Wrath of Rule 11,” guest speaker Joshua Gilliland, Esq. will discuss the Star Trek-themed opinion in Ingenuity 13 LLC v John Doe, Case No. 2:12-cv-8333-ODW(JCx) and an attorney’s obligations under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 11, the duty of candor to the court and the duty to conduct a reasonable inquiry. 

eDiscovery Competency

Recorded Webinars  |  posted on June 21st, 2012  |  Request Now

The duty of competency requires lawyers to have the legal knowledge, skill, thoroughness and preparation reasonably necessary for the representation of their clients.  This webinar will discuss the challenges many eDiscovery lawyers face when providing their clients with competent representation on issues such as the preservation of ESI, effectively conduct Rule 26(f) conferences and devising search terms. 

DOJ eDiscovery protocol for Criminal Cases

Recorded Webinars  |  posted on April 18th, 2012  |  Request Now

This webinar will discuss the motivating factors behind the protocol providing you with a brief history of the federal government’s position on electronic discovery. We will also look at benefits and the shortcomings of the protocol entitled “Recommendations for Electronically Stored Information (ESI) Discovery Production in Federal Criminal Cases”.

Admissibility of Electronically Stored Information

Recorded Webinars  |  posted on March 29th, 2012  |  Request Now

This webinar, focusing on the admissibility of electronically stored information, will examine the statutes dealing with rules of evidence, including admissibility factors, hearsay exceptions and prejudice.  Case summaries and best practices will also be reviewed.

Let’s Review: Increasing Effectiveness of eDiscovery Review

Recorded Webinars  |  posted on March 15th, 2012  |  Request Now

Many attorneys fear reviewing eDiscovery. Where does this fear come from? More importantly, how is it overcome? Learn to use technology to review discovery, deposition transcripts, and other documents. Gain insights on software that can improve your effectiveness in the practice of law. This webinar will help overcome those fears and bring the review of eDiscovery well within your grasp.