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Already blanketing our personal lives, Internet of Things (IoT) devices are finding their way into our work lives—more prominently in some industries than others. During litigation, data from smart devices can house important context in the story of a case, but the sources, and how to use them, aren’t always obvious. What valuable data might you be overlooking and how exactly can you tap into it?

Join our webinar to learn more about using IoT data in litigation: why you’d want to, what sources to consider, and how to request the information properly the first time. We’ll share real-world scenarios that illustrate how IoT source data filled in important details in cases when the common data wells came up dry.

Attendees will also be entered to win a free pass for this year's Relativity Fest, October 22-25 in Chicago. Click here for more details.

In this complimentary webcast, you will learn:

  • How IoT data is changing the way we approach litigation
  • Case studies where IoT data unlocked key facts of the case
  • What types of IoT data sources to consider and how to address privacy concerns
  • How to request IoT data in formats best suited for e-discovery
  • Common mistakes to avoid when leveraging IoT data


Jeff Gilles
Solutions Architect

Louis Martin
Senior Managing Consultant
iDiscovery Solutions, Inc.

Charles Platt
iDiscovery Solutions, Inc.