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The ESI Production Specification Form will govern the production requirements in connection with your E-Discovery Project. In order to ensure accuracy, and the timely completion and delivery of the production, please utilize as much extra time as possible when completing the form. The ESI Production Specification with cover: Request and Due Dates Documents to be Produced Output Format Deliverables Special Instructions/Comments/Notes You will should also record your documents on
Hello folks and thank you for tuning in to another episode of the E-Discovery for FDCPA Pro Se Litigants Webinar. I am your host, Anthony Johnson. In this E-Discovery Webinar, we will talk about whether ESI or "electronically stored information" can be deleted by a debt collector or original creditor. It is a myth that deleting a computer file, such as a word processing document, will cause it to be destroyed. When a computer user pushes the delete key to erase a do
Hello folks and thank you once again for joining here at the E-Discovery for FDCPA Pro Se Litigants Webinar. I am your host, Anthony Johnson. Before we can truly get into how to request electronically stored information (ESI) from a debt collector or original creditor, we must first understand what is ESI. We must also understand the EDRM Lifecycle, the industry standard. More on that later in the coming Webinars. For now, please know that electronic discovery has
The ESI Processing Specification form will be used to govern the processing requirements in connection with your e-discovery project. The ESI Processing Specification form will ascertain the media type and quantity; type of email processing, i.e., Outlok, Lotus Notes, etc.; native file and attachment processing; database deliverables, and any special instructions, filtering, search terms, and notes. For more information on how to complete the ESI Processing Specification Form, contact A.
The ESI Collection Specification document will govern the collection requirements in connection with your e-discvoery project. Whether you are conducting a full forensic collection or targeted collection, this document will address: Logistics|Geograhic Locations Data Assets to Acquire Custodian Information Targeted Collection Specifications Backup Tapes Deliverables from Collection Vendor Keyword Search Terms For more information on how to utilize the ESI Collection Sp
Upcoming on Women Warriors (Jun 4th,Wed at Noon ET), our special guest LaTashia Satterrfield-Ogunlana, founder of Gye Nyame Consulting, a financial services consultation firm, will discuss the topic of “Being all You Can Be Against All Odds.” Don’t miss this episode to learn key empowerment skills to help you be a leader in your life.
LaTashia C. Satterfield-Ogunlana (O-gun-la-na) is an entrepreneur with field office experience to include financial and enterprise system implementation and training, audit management, interim Director of Finance, Interim Deputy Chief of Party and compliance training and internal audit management. She has participated in writing various proposals for USAID, Department of State, World Bank/Global Funds, Department of Education and private foundations.
LaTashia has managed over 300 million US dollars in USAID funding, over 10 million in World Bank/Global Funds, and millions in grants from US Department of Education and Department of Labor. She is an ordained Itinerant Elder in the African Methodist Church where she serves faithfully on the ministerial staff as the Minister to Women and Singles at the Star of Bethlehem AME Church in Baltimore, MD. She preaches and presents workshops in the areas of self-esteem; female issues; relationships and sex education, finances, and African culture and religion.
Her educational training in Catholic elementary and secondary schools enabled her to pursue a Master of Divinity at Virginia Union University Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology after completing her BS in Accounting from NC Agricultural and Technical State University. In February 2011, she earned an Associate Certificate in Project Management from ESI & George Washington University. To learn more visit www.gyenyameconsulting.net.
Hello folks and thank you for tuning in to the E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts Webinar. I am your E-Discovery Project Management Consultant, Anthony Johnson.
In this episode, we will continue to move along the EDRM model and highlight the importance of the different forms, types, and storage of ESI.
There are many different forms of electronically stored information (ESI) that should be considered in your quest to uncover relevant evidence. Principal “forms” that should be considered when discussing the disclosure of ESI should include:
Native File Database Spreadsheet Image ASCII, TEXT, and Conversion Formats, i.e., .PDF and .TIFF Video and Audio Paper ALS and Online ESI Repository Also, there are different “types” of ESI, as well, including:
E-mail Word Processing Documents Spreadsheets Voicemail messages and files Backup email files Deleted Emails Data files Program files Backup Archival Tapes Temporary files System History Files For more information on how to uncover forms, types and locations of ESI, please contact A. Johnson & Associates, LLC, E-Discovery Solutions, at 888-502-0586, or www.ediscoverynow.net.
DISCLAIMER: We are not attorneys. We are not engaged in rendering legal advice. We are E-Discovery Project Management Consultants. If legal advice is required, the assistance of a competent, qualified legal professional should be obtained.
A legal hold is a directive and an ongoing process to preserve ESI, documents or physical evidence when litigation is reasonably anticipated, imminent, pending or reasonable foreseeable. The following case law will put you on point so that you can make an intelligible argument at your Rule 26(f) Conference, or Case Management Conference in relation to the collection and preservation of ESI.Zubulake v. UBS Warbug: reasonably anticipates litigation.Pension Committe of the University of Montreal Pension Plan v. Banc of America Securities, LLC: failure to collect records from key players constitutes gross negligence.Victor Stanley v. Creative Pipe, Inc. "Victor Stanley II", where Judge Grimm outlined the law of spoliation which outlines his findings on the state of discovery law across the federal circuit courts.Common law and procedural rules in relation to the obligation to preserve evidence when litigation arises.For more information on relevant case law as it relates to ESI, contact A. Johnson & Associates, LLC at 888-502-0586 or www.ediscoverynow.net.DISCLAIMER: We are not attorneys. We are not engaged in rendering legal advice. If legal advice is required, the assistance of a competent, qualified legal professional should be obtained.
The judicial foreclosure process can be a very daunting undertaking. From the moment the Lis Pendens or Notice of Foreclosure is filed, the homeowner will be at a serious disadvantage if he/she does not understand how to respond.
The first step is to file an "ANSWER" to the Lis Pendens. Along with the ANSWER, the homeowner should file a first set of Admissions-Interrogatories, Request for Production of Documents, Expert Witness Interrogatories, and ESI Interrogatories. This last set of interrogatories refers to "Electronically Stored Information" (ESI), the heart of what ediscovery is all about. Finally, the homeowner should also send a "Legal Hold" or "Litigation Hold" notice to the opposing party which is an ongoing obligation to ensure that any and all relevant ESI is preserved for discovery purposes.
Once that is complete, there is also a seven-step process I like to employ in efforts to obtain as much information as possible about a mortgage:
1. ESI Debt Validation Letter
2. RESPA Request
3. Legal Hold
4. Trust Information
5. Rule 26(f) Questions
6. Preliminary Joint Case Management Plan
7. eDiscovery Identification and Preservation Questionnaire
For more information, visit our eDiscovery for Foreclosure Resolution Webinar at www.ediscoverynow.net. Click on the Webinar of choice to obtain the entry Password to the Webinar. You may attend live or listen as a podcast. eDiscovery forms, Sample Legal Hold, Joint Case Management Plan, Rule 26(f) questions will be provided.
Call 888-502-0586 for more information.
Electronic evidence has been described as e-mails, spreadsheets, word processing documents, audio, video, or any other content that has metastasized in a digital format. In a wrongful termination situation, the fact-finding process will require you to uncover electronic evidence, especially if you are engaged in an employment discrimination case involving a charge of racial or age discrimination.
You may file a charge of employment discrmination with the EEOC office closest to where you live, or at any one of the EEOC's 53 field offices. Your charge, however, may be investigated at the EEOC office closest to where the discrimination occurred. If you are a U.S. citizen working for an American company overseas, you should file your charge with the EEOC field office closest to your employer's corporate headquarters.
Usually, you only have 180 days to file your claim. Once you file the claim, you should also send a "LEGAL HOLD" or LITIGATION HOLD" notice to the opposing party. A legal hold is a directive and an ongoing process to preserve "electronically stored information" (ESI), documents or physical evidence pertaining to your situation. Your employer would be required to save any ESI that may be relevant to your charge.
Tune in to our E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts for Wrongful Termination Training Webinar on Wednesday, January 29, 2014, @ 12 Noon, by visiting www.ediscoverynow.net. Click on the Webinar for Wrongful Termination and pay the entrance fee and you will receive the PASSWORD to gain access to the Webinar. The Webinar will teach you how to draft a Legal Hold, Rule 26(f) Memorandum, and furnish you with the E-Discovery forms necessary to obtain responsive electronic evidence for your case.
Visit our website at www.ediscoverynow.net for more information on E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts for whatever your situation may be.
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