CYLA is pleased to offer our members a new self-study article this month, titled Using Metadata in Depositions. The article is available for purchase for $20, and upon completion of the article and examination you will receive one hour (1.0) of self-study MCLE credit.
Summary: While many California
attorneys utilize metadata during civil litigation and investigative reviews,
many California attorneys fail to incorporate metadata in offensive and
defensive depositions. This article states the relevant rules Federal Rules of
Civil Procedure and California Code of Civil Procedure in regards to metadata,
describes what metadata is, discusses how metadata is currently used and
outlines how attorneys may utilize exhibit metadata in offensive and defensive
Author Biography: Mark G. Griffin is a
California civil litigation attorney. His areas of specialization are
commercial litigation and e-Discovery law.