Stange Law Firm, PC Partners are proud to present a CLE for the National Business Institute

Partners of Stange Law Firm, PC, Kirk C. Stange, Jillian A. Wood, John D. Kershman and Kelly M. Davidzuk are proud to present a CLE titled "Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Email and Smartphone Evidence: The Ultimate Guide" for the National Business Institute

ST. LOUIS - Feb. 26, 2020 - PRLog -- Partners of Stange Law Firm, PC, Kirk C. Stange, Jillian A. Wood, John D. Kershman and Kelly M. Davidzuk are proud to present a CLE titled "Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Email and Smartphone Evidence: The Ultimate Guide" for the National Business Institute on February 27th & 28th of 2020. This comprehensive two-day course is packed with practical advice and real-world examples for obtaining electronically stored information (ESI) and getting it admitted into evidence - while keeping opposing counsel's out.

Kirk Stange will be teaching on the topics of Court Rules, Case Law and Recent Developments / Apps and Emerging Technology You Must Know & Social Media: What is Discoverable and Advising Clients. Kirk is a Founding Partner of Stange Law Firm, P.C which is a family law firm with offices throughout the Midwest in Missouri, Illinois, Kansas and Oklahoma. Kirk is licensed in Missouri, Illinois, Kansas and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri.

Jillian Wood will be teaching on the topics of Metadata Made Simple / Reviewing and Producing Electronic Evidence & Effectively Using Expert Witnesses. Jillian is Managing Partner of Stange Law Firm, P.C. Jillian is licensed to practice in Illinois and Missouri.

John Kershman will be teaching on the topics of Laying a Foundation: Real-World Scripts/Examples & How to Keep Their Evidence Out. John is a Partner who manages the Central Region of Stange Law Firm. John is licensed to practice in Missouri, including the Eastern and Western Federal Districts and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Kelly Davidzuk will be teaching on the topics of Discovery Requests (w/Samples) and Using Electronic Evidence Pre-Trial / Subpoenaing Records From Facebook, Twitter, Phone Carriers, etc. Kelly is a Partner managing the West Region of Stange Law Firm and is licensed in both Missouri and Kansas.

To schedule a consultation with one of our St. Louis Family Law Attorneys please visit FamilyLawRepresentation.com or call 855-805-0595.

Note: The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements.  Past results affords no guarantee of future results and every case is different and must be judged on its own merits.  Kirk Stange is responsible for the content. The headquarters office is at 120 South Central Avenue, Suite 450, Clayton, Missouri 63105.

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