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Trial Evidence 2020

Trial Evidence 2020

Presented by the Practising Law Institute

CLE Conference Webinar Credit: 3.5 Professional Practice Credits Available

In this practice-oriented program, you will learn from an expert faculty about best practices and strategic considerations for handling current evidence issues, as well as the latest emerging issues in the digital age. “Trial Evidence 2020” is aimed at all litigators interested in a better understanding of federal evidence law “in action”.

Topics Include:

    • FRE 502 and evidentiary issues arising from the disclosure of attorney-client privilege and work product during discovery
    • Authentication of social media and evidence from internet sites
    • Artificial intelligence: challenges to algorithms in court and “deep fakes”
    • Handling common evidence issues: relevance, unfair prejudice, propensity, hearsay, refreshing recollection, and using a witness's prior statement

    Featured JAMS Speaker

    Hon. James "Jay" C. Francis IV (Ret.)

      Featured People

      Hon. James
      • Business and Commercial
      • Civil Rights
      • Class Action & Mass Tort
      • Employment Law
      • Federal Law
      • Financial Markets
      • Higher Education & Title IX
      • Intellectual Property
      • Life Sciences
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