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eDiscovery is quickly evolving and sources of electronic data continue to grow. If you had a client contact you today about collecting, managing and presenting their electronic data, would you know what to do or how to advise them? It is no longer acceptable legal practice to claim ignorance to the existence and management of electronic data. Join us for this lunch and CLE to learn how to manage a matter that involves electronic data from collection to trial presentation.
Our panel convenes just prior to the 30th anniversary of the release of arguably one of the most seminal cases in Connecticut appellate jurisprudence, State v. Golding, 213 Conn. 233 (1989). Criminal defendants frequently rely on this method of reviewing previously unpreserved constitutional claims on appeal. Our panelists will discuss the evolution of Golding review over the past 30 years, including the recent modification of the rule in In re Yasiel R. in 2015. We will discuss views of the effectiveness of Golding review in raising unpreserved constitutional challenges in the criminal context as well as its proper use and most effective ways to utilize Golding review.