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Electionically Stored Information: E-Discovery and Digital Forensics
06-24-2010 - Dr. Gavin W. Manes
Oklahoma Private Investigators Association
Dr. Manes will present an overview of the uses of digital forensics and electronic discovery in the modern legal landscape at the Tulsa Chapter's Monthly Meeting. This presentation includes sections on the digital forensics and electronic discovery process, from collection and filtering through investigation and storage, as well as some of the complexities involved in preservation and production of digital information. Dr. Manes will cover the current case law and Civil Procedure statutes regarding electronic data and will specifically tailor the presentation to topics of interest to private investigators.

The Oklahoma Private Investigators Association, Inc., or O.P.I.A., was formed in 1984 to increase public and industry awareness, promote the interests and raise the professional standards of the Private Investigation Profession in Oklahoma. O.P.I.A. is dedicated to being an educational, social and political organization for the enhancement of its members. Since its inception, O.P.I.A. has been instrumental in protecting the profession from unfair legislation while, at the same time, sponsoring legislation that is healthy for the industry. The Association's legislative activities have already made O.P.I.A. the strongest political voice in Oklahoma for the investigative profession.