Going Beyond Bates Stamps: An Overview of E-Discovery for Civil Litigators (1.0 General Participatory Credit)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


Handouts for this program can be downloaded by clicking on the "Other Resources" tab in the video player.

Information is now overwhelmingly stored in our mobile devices, computers, online, and in the cloud. Although this has been the case for many years, attorneys and the law have been relatively slow to keep pace. Civil litigators must nonetheless be prepared to conduct discovery involving these media and, indeed, many authorities and state bars now suggest attorneys have a duty to be competent in "e-discovery." Please join us for this dynamic program that will provide an overview of issues and problems attorneys face when handling electronically stored information in discovery.

Jess R. Booth, Esq.
Gary B. Rudolph is a shareholder at Sullivan Hill in San Diego. He is a 1981 graduate from the California Western School of Law in San Diego where he served as Editor and Staff Writer on its Law Review. Mr. Rudolph attended the American University in...More
Ross Mecham
Ross Mecham is an eDiscovery Consultant with DTI, a global Litigation Process Outsourcing provider, serving the Southwestern United States. He helps law firms and corporate legal departments understand and manage their eDiscovery needs, using...More

Originally Published

July 19, 2017

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Going Beyond Bates Stamps: An Overview of E-Discovery for Civil Litigators - Video
  • Going Beyond Bates Stamps: An Overview of E-Discovery for Civil Litigators - Paper

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