Social Media, Texts, Business Records, Expert Witness Testimony, and More
You can't get your evidence admitted without establishing the proper evidentiary foundations. In this practical online seminar, faculty will teach you how to lay a foundation for different types of evidence and avoid being tripped up by objections opposing counsel will throw your way. Navigate the rules of evidence with confidence - register today!
Pick up preparation pointers that will help you avoid troubles at trial.
Learn how to authenticate social media posts, texts, emails, and other electronic evidence.
Find out how to establish a proper foundation for medical records, business records, and more.
See how to get your expert's testimony in - and keep theirs out.
Hear how to best introduce physical evidence at trial.
Convince the court that you've satisfied the fairness requirement for demonstrative evidence.
Essentials of Laying a Foundation
How to Authenticate Social Media Posts, Texts, Emails, and More
Establishing Foundations for Business Records and Other Documentary Evidence
Laying a Foundation for Expert Witness Testimony
Introducing Physical Evidence at Trial
Demonstrative and Illustrative Evidence: Satisfying the Foundation Requirements
A. Craig Abrahamson is an attorney in Tulsa operating A. Craig Abrahamson, Attorney at Law. He focuses his practice on general civil litigation, bankruptcy and family law. Handling divorce, child custody, visitation rights, child support, alimony, spousal support, post decree modification and enforcement of custody, visitation and support, premarital agreements, guardianship, probate and administration of estates. He represents creditors and debtors in Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy cases. He also represents clients in business litigation, commercial litigation, real estate litigation, real estate transactions, landlord-tenant, business law and commercial transactions. Mr. Abrahamson has been a frequent presenter for continuing legal education courses on family law, landlord tenant law, bankruptcy and litigation. He is a member of Oklahoma Bar Association - Family Law; Law Office Management and Technology; Bankruptcy Sections and Tulsa County Bar Association - Family Law and Bankruptcy Sections. Mr. Abrahamson earned his BA degree from University of Minnesota, and his JD degree from University of Tulsa.
Michael L Bardrick is the owner of the Law Offices of Michael L. Bardrick. He has represented clients in such varied matters as design defects in automobiles, child deaths due to medical negligence, veterinary malpractice, insurance matters, fire losses, road and highway design, a border dispute between the State of Texas and the State of Oklahoma in the U.S. Supreme Court, and numerous civil rights matters. Mr. Bardrick began his legal career with the Office of the Oklahoma Attorney General where he eventually served as chief of the Consumer Affairs Division. He is licensed by the Oklahoma Supreme Court and is admitted to practice before all courts and administrative agencies in the State of Oklahoma including Northern, Western and Eastern Federal District Courts; Tenth Circuit and District of Columbia Circuit Courts of Appeal; U.S. Tax Court; U.S. Supreme Court, pro hac vice, including an Original Action; and all district and municipal courts in Oklahoma. Mr. Bardrick earned his B.B.A. degree from the University of Central Oklahoma and J.D. degree from Oklahoma City University School of Law.
Aaron D Bundy is a trial lawyer with the Law Office of Aaron D. Bundy, PLC. Mr. Bundy is board certified in Family Law Trial by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. His trial practice includes family law and criminal defense, as well as select civil cases. Mr. Bundy's practice also includes appellate work. His post-law school training includes trial skills training and an advanced business valuation seminar, both taught by South Carolina trial lawyer Tim Madden at the National Family Law Trial Institute in Houston; multiple trial skills and cross-examination clinics taught by legendary trial lawyer Roger Dodd; the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers trial skills seminar in Denver, Colorado; and the annual jury selection training hosted by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers in New Orleans. Mr. Bundy is a frequent speaker to paralegals, lawyers, judges and other professionals about trial-related issues and developments. He has authored and co-authored multiple articles about trial practice. In 2017, the Oklahoma Bar Association presented him with the Earl Sneed Award, a recognition foroutstanding continuing legal education contributions. Mr. Bundy is a certified fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.
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