If you have not had a matter that called for collection and review of mobile device data, chances are you will soon. The mobile explosion – including both bring your own device (BYOD) and Internet of Things (IoT) phenomena have led to the explosive growth of discoverable data on mobile devices of all kinds, from tablet to smartphone to Fitbit. Additionally, new FRCP rule changes taking effect on December 1 will have a big impact on e-discovery and ESI. How will this impact your firm?
Attend this complimentary CLE-eligible webinar to hear the results of a recent mobile data survey sponsored by Access Data and fielded by ALM and to hear our expert panelists including discuss how firms like yours are dealing with mobile ESI collection and analysis.
Attendees will learn:
- How prevalent mobile data collection is today
- What policies and procedures are in place to deal with mobile data
- Attorney and firm attitudes around mobile data and BYOD
- Levels of concern around IoT
- Mobile device security and privacy policies
Register now for this timely event and bring your questions for our expert panel to address during the live Q&A following the presentation.Speakers:
MRK Technology Services
Michael’s career in technology has spanned over four decades as developer, marketer and executive. He launched industry-leading server products for Hitachi, CommVision and AST, was a Cloud computing pioneer at ASP FutureLink, and spend over a dozen years as technology analyst for Ziff David before launching his consultancy in the early 2000s. Michael advises technology, biotech and technology media companies and serves as subject matter expert in a number of tech-related fields.
|Nadine Weiskopf |
Vice President of Product Management
Nadine Weiskopf is the vice president of product management at AccessData. Weiskopf joined AccessData following a nine-year career at LexisNexis, where she was director of product management for various litigation software products and service offerings at the company. She is a licensed attorney in the state of California.
Weiskopf earned her bachelor of arts degree from the University of Washington and her law degree from Seattle University School of Law. As a business software executive, she has published a number of articles and white papers and spoken extensively at professional events on various topics related to legal technology, data management and evidence collection.
Director of Litigation Support
Miller & Martin PLLC
A seasoned legal technology professional with 14 years of litigation experience and 9 years of information technology experience Brad has been providing wide-ranging technology-based legal services for large law firms and corporations in an ever changing landscape. His focus is on providing comprehensive full data lifecycle expertise, cost efficient counseling, and project management. He is adept in information governance, electronic discovery, digital forensics and has a verifiable record of success in litigation and information based systems services tailored for efficiency and compliance to protocols, as well as data governance in many industries. His interdisciplinary approach to leverage IT and Litigation Support / forensics skills with legal strategies has proven to be the underpinnings for many success client engagements.