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Professor Diamond Presents Electronic Discovery CLE

Professor Randy Diamond presented an overview of electronic discovery on July 10 for the Boone County Bar Association.  His talk focused on recent changes that bring Missouri discovery rules into closer alignment with longstanding federal rules on electronically stored information. The Missouri changes effective July 1, 2019 are here.  Additional changes effective August 28, 2019, if Governor Mike Parson signs Senate…

Professor Diamond Presents at AI Conference

Professor Randy Diamond recently gave a talk on “Technology for Lawyers” at Duquesne University School of Law. The conference featured presentations from educators, practitioners, policy makers, and computer scientists on how the development of artificial intelligence is affecting society, the law, the legal profession, and legal education. Professor Diamond discussed a new course he has developed on “Innovation and Technology…

Professor Diamond Writes and Comments on Legal Technology Issues

In a magazine piece titled “Let’s Teach our Students Legal Technology… But What Should We Include” 23 AALLSpectrum 23 (September/October 2018), co-author Professor Randy Diamond emphasizes electronic discovery challenges and competencies. “Electronically stored information (ESI), already ubiquitous in emails, texts, productivity software, databases, social media, video, phone records, digital photos and GPS, is growing exponentially with the connection of “everything”…

Professor Diamond Presents on BYOD and E-Discovery

The Knowledge Group invited Professor Randy Diamond to speak at a webinar, “BYOD in eDiscovery: Managing Risks and Ensuring Best Practices in 2017.” Professor Diamond provided an overview of BYOD (“bring your own device”) programs and policies and a case law update, including two recent BYOD cases. The California Supreme Court in City of San Jose v. Superior Court (Cal.…