TERIS Director and ESI Consultant Alexander Lubarsky will be speaking at the upcoming California Judicial Attorneys Conference May 28-29, 2013 in Santa Clara, CA. This event serves as an annual retreat for District Court and Supreme Court Justices with their research attorneys. Mr. Lubarsky’s topic will be “Electronic Evidence: The Wave Is Coming—Ride It Or Wipe Out.”
Judges and Justices of the California Supreme Court will also be presenting at the conference, as well as professors of law and other attorneys. Additional topics covered will include “Brain Scans in Criminal Cases: Possible Uses”, “Ethics for Judicial Attorneys”, and much more.
Mr. Lubarsky’s course will cover an introduction to issues in the discovery of electronically stored information (ESI) in civil litigation under California’s Electronic Discovery Act (Code Civ. Proc. Sec. 1985.8) and the admissibility of electronic evidence in civil and criminal cases.
Mr. Lubarsky is the co-founder of Community Legal Centers as has litigated hundreds of matters, from deportation defense, criminal defense, civil and bankruptcy. He is also a member of the California State Bar Solo Section Executive Committee and the San Francisco Bar Association Judicial Selection Committee.
TERIS was the only ESI vendor selected to present to the Appellate and Supreme Courts in California.