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Continuing Legal Education


iQwest Information Technologies, Inc. is now an approved California State Bar MCLE provider.  Our new educational program, California Code of Civil Procedure with an Emphasis on Electronic Discovery, touches on the basics of electronic terms and the CA CCP’s that effect e-discovery. This program is a one (1) hour MCLE credit. 


Special emphasis is given to technologies designed to make attorneys more effective and efficient during the discovery phase and subsequent case preparation.


Delivered in an entertaining game format designed around the “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” television show, the presentation is fast-paced, informative and fun. 


The presentation includes:

I.    e-Discovery Terminology

  •  Definitions
  •  Types of files

II.    Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM)

  •  Information Management to
  •  Presentation

III.    Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Changes

  •  History
  •  Changed rules

IV.    California Code of Civil Procedure in regards to e-Discovery

  •  Understanding CA CCP e-discovery definitions
  •  Examine CA CCP sections 2016-2031

V.    Social Media

  •  What is social media
  •  Understanding how social media will impact a case


California State Bar is now requiring attorneys to have some knowledge of ESI and discovery requests.  Proposed Formal Opinion Interim No. 11-0004 (ESI and Discovery Requests) can be found at:


For more information regarding our MCLE, please use the “Contact Us” page.



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