Sponsor Week: Byteable Evidence Ethics - Ethics in eDiscovery

Event Description

WEBINAR: Remote Participation Only. Instructions will be delivered day before the event.  

About the Presentation

SPONSOR: Shepherd Data Services

You know the rules of civil procedure are essential. But do you understand their importance in eDiscovery matters? Get easy-to-digest wisdom and best practices during this seminar. We will cover the following rules of civil procedure as they relate to eDiscovery:

  • Rule 1.1: Competent Representation
  • Rule 1.6 Confidentiality Obligations
  • Rule 3.3: Duty of Candor
  • Rule 3.4: Spoliation
  • Rule 5.3: Supervision

Presenter - Christine Chalstrom, Founder and CEO Shepherd Data Services

Chris is an attorney, programmer and certified computer forensic investigator. As a litigator she became well-versed in the workings of corporate law departments and their needs for cost-effective services, properly targeted. Add to that her experience as a programmer and certified forensic examiner and you have a leader who understands the technology behind eForensics and eDiscovery; the reasons for it; and, the importance of organized, retrievable, proportional information. Chris graduated cum laude with a law degree from Mitchell Hamline University.

CLE Credits:

1 CLE credit applied for


Bar Association Members: FREE
Non-Members: $25.00

Remote Participation: Remote Instructions will be delivered the day before the event. Be sure to check your SPAM folder. Questions? Contact Mike Carlson (mcarlson@mnbars.org | 612.278.6336)

Register for this Event


Tuesday, July 28, 2020

8:30 AM to 9:30 AM