From the simple to the complex, AIDE offers e-discovery education and resources for lawyers, judges, and their agents. From the more abstract concepts such as cooperation, proportionality, collection, search, privilege logging, cost shifting, preservation, foreign discovery to the nuts of bolts of who to interview, what to ask, where to look, when to preserve, how to think strategically through e-discovery issues, and why on earth one might handle electronic evidence one way as opposed to another, AIDE has you covered. Rely on AIDE for information and programming in areas of law, technology, and ethics in this emerging, exciting, and potentially perilous but manageable terrain. You can do this, and AIDE can help.
The Electronic Discovery Working Group Steering Committee:
Jill McIntyre, Chair, Jackson Kelly PLLC
Kelly Griffith, Spilman, Thomas, and Battle PLLC
Matt Perry, The Masters Law Firm
Richard E. Katz, Katz Consulting Group, LLC
Emily Goodwin Kime, Vail Technologies LLC