CELA Tech Thursdays: Technology in Preparation and Presentation at Mediation, Arbitration, and Trial
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March 23, 2017
California Employment Lawyers Association
E-Discovery, Technology, Trial Techniques
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CELA Tech Thursdays: A Two Part Series
CELA’s Technology Committee presents a two-part cutting-edge webinar on How to Best Use Technology in Pre-Litigation, Discovery, and Trial. This program will focus on the simple and practical ways that attorneys can use computer programs to assist them in all parts of employment litigation.
PREPPING FOR MEDIATION/ARBITRATION/TRIAL
a. Linking exhibits to transcripts
b. Choosing exhibits – refer to documents used in deposition transcripts
c. Key facts and annotations
d. Prepping documents & video clips
e. Create timeline from chronology
b. Video clips with running transcript
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