Ben Haskin Co-Presenting “Admitting Complex Electronic Materials Into Evidence”
On March 10, 2017, Aronberg Goldgehn attorney Benjamin Haskin will co-present “Admitting Complex Electronic Materials Into Evidence,” a Du Page County Bar Association CLE seminar sponsored by the Civil Law and Practice Section.
The CLE will demonstrate how to admit various types of electronic materials into evidence at trial, including authenticating them, laying the foundation for their admission, and identifying and securing the attendance at trial of whatever live witnesses are required to accomplish that task.
Topics that will be covered by Ben and his co-presenter will include “old school” electronic materials like emails, computer generated or stored materials, and Facebook, as well as “new school” stuff like Twitter, Instagram, Snap Chat, Whats App, and the numerous new platforms.
They will also address issues of the metadata that is associated with each of type of material.
This seminar will take place from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the Du Page County Courthouse’s Attorney Resource Center, 505 N. County Farm Rd, Wheaton, Illinois.
To register, CLICK HERE.
Handouts: Pending * Please note that print copies will not be provided.
Only DCBA Members will receive 1hr of MCLE Credit for this session.
About the Speaker
Ben Haskin represents an expansive range of businesses in complex commercial litigation. He has litigated breach of contract claims, enforcement of restrictive covenants, shareholder derivative suits, and labor and employment cases. He also represents commercial lenders in Uniform Commercial Code and bankruptcy matters.
Ben participates in all phases of civil litigation, from the investigation of potential causes of actions and defenses, the drafting of complex complaints, and preparation of motions and briefs, to presenting arguments in court. In addition, he actively engages in settlement negotiations and alternative dispute resolution, while he has also successfully litigated cases in state and federal court as well as before the Illinois Appellate Court.
He earned his J.D., magna cum laude, from Loyola University Chicago School of Law and B.A. in History and Political Science from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.