The volume of data stored as audio and video files has grown considerably in recent years. That growth has “mushroomed” in 2020, with so many meetings being conducted and recorded via Zoom and other web conferencing platforms. Discovery of this critical source of evidence can no longer be dismissed. But, what are the challenges and considerations for effective discovery of audio and video files, what do courts expect regarding their discoverability, and how can technology streamline audio/video discovery workflows today? Here’s a webinar to learn the latest “ins and outs” of audio/video discovery!
On Wednesday, October 7th, ACEDS will conduct the webinar “Zooming” into 2021 with Audio/Video Discovery, sponsored by Nexidia at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT). In this presentation, join us to learn how to address the trends and challenges of audio/video discovery in 2021 and beyond!
Among the topics that will be covered are:
- Growth in Sources of Audio/Video Data
- Court Trends Involving Discovery of Audio/Video Evidence
- Challenges to Effective Audio Discovery
- Audio Discovery Considerations and Requirements
- Technology Trends and Best Practices
- Searching Audio vs. Searching Transcripts
- Illustration of an Effective Audio Discovery Workflow
I’m excited to be participating, along with Brett Burney, Principal of Burney Consultants LLC and Ashley Griggs, Director of Legal Markets at Nexidia. Should be an interesting and timely topic, as we’re seeing a much greater focus on audio/video discovery recently from a variety of sources, not just from Zoom or other web conference meetings. Click here to register!
So, what do you think? Is your organization struggling to get a handle on audio/video discovery in today’s world? If so, consider attending the webinar! And, please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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