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|CEDS Prep Course|
The CEDS Online Exam Prep Seminar is the ultimate tool to guide you through all the steps of the e-discovery process and prepare you for the CEDS Certification exam. This seminar consists of three online webinar sessions taught by Helen Bergman Moure, CEDS. Each session will follow the CEDS Certification Exam Prep Manual and include practice questions with time allotted for live questions from attendees. The CEDS Exam Prep Seminar covers topics including project planning, litigation hold implementation, data culling, collection, review, ethics and more.
The CEDS Exam Prep Seminar is only accessible by those who have purchased the CEDS Certification Package. If you have purchased the CEDS Certification Package, click here to register for the next CEDS Prep Seminar.
If you have not purchased the CEDS Certification Package and would like to purchase the Seminar without the Certification, contact us at customerservice@ACEDS.org.
CEDS Prep Seminar Details
The CEDS Exam Prep Seminar follows the CEDS Exam Study Manual and covers the most pressing risks, challenges and tasks in e-discovery. During the seminar, each topic is discussed in detail and allows for attendees to ask their own questions to the instructor.
Seminar topics include:
• Information Management and Litigation Readiness
• Project Planning
• Litigation Hold Implementation
• Collection Planning and Implementation
• Data Processing
• Data Culling
• Review Planning
• Document Review
• Data Production
• Project Management
• Legal Framework and Obligation
• International Discovery
Helen Bergman Moure, CEDS | Principal | Lex Aperta | Seattle
Principal of Lex Aperta in Seattle, which specializes in e-discovery legal advice and consulting, Helen Bergman Moure has been a commercial litigator in federal and state court for 17 years. Since 1999, she has devoted her practice to efficient, cost-effective e-discovery and document review services to clients ranging from entrepreneurs to Fortune 100 corporations. Previously, as a partner at K&L Gates in Seattle, she helped found the firm’s e-Discovery Analysis and Technology (e-DAT) Group and develop the Patterns document review software created by Attenex, now owned by FTI. She is very experienced in structuring and supervising projects involving all aspects of discovery, from custodian identification and retention to collection, processing, review, and post-production litigation support. She advises public and private organizations on litigation readiness and in designing and implementing document retention systems. She is a frequent speaker on e-discovery and actively participates in The Sedona Conference.
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