E-Discovery - How to Avoid Problems You Didn't Know You Had - with Judge Reva Goetz
EPTCLB Program and Luncheon - with Judge Reva Goetz
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E-Discovery - How to Avoid Problems You Didn't Know You Had
Do you know what ESI (electronically stored information) is? Do you know who is responsible for ensuring that ESI is properly protected? Do you know what a Litigation Hold is? Do you know what a Preservation Letter is?
The answers to these questions will surprise you. They also apply before litigation is initiated, with the occurrence of a triggering event. What does this mean?
Judge Reva G. Goetz, Ret. has the answers and will share them with you on March 16!
Judge Reva G. Goetz was appointed as a Superior Court Judge in February 2010. She first took the bench as a Commissioner in November 1991. Judge Goetz was assigned to the Family Law Department in Van Nuys from 2014 to 2015 and was assigned to the Family Law Department at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in downtown Los Angeles from 2001 to March 2007. Judge Goetz sat in the Probate Department in the Stanley Mosk Courthouse from March 2007 to August 2014 where her calendar consisted of all matters related to Trusts, Estates, Conservatorships, and Guardianships. Prior to her appointment to the bench Judge Goetz was a Deputy District Attorney assigned to the Major Fraud Unit. Prior to practicing law, and while attending law school, Judge Goetz worked as a Financial Analyst and Accountant. Judge Goetz received her law degree from Whittier Law School, where she was an Editor on the Law Review, and her undergraduate degree in Anthropology from UCLA. Judge Goetz retired from the bench in September 2015 and is now working as a private neutral.
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