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Webinar: Smartphones and BYOD Impacts on Discovery

Joint Webinar with Chorus Consulting, Held April 23, 2020

The need to include data that resides on a smartphone is no different than when the industry was looking to incorporate emails and electronically stored information in discovery in the early 2000’s. The growth of smartphone data is exponential, which compounds the need for these to be included as part of any discovery and preservation plan.

With the Courts’ stance becoming more aggressive requiring smartphone data in discovery, legal teams need to be prepared to incorporate these modern data types within their overall case strategies. For some great examples of case law and legal application, see our article entitled, Smartphone Data and the Opinions of the Courts.

Our panel of experts map out the importance and potential obligations attorneys face. Discussion highlights the inclusion of smartphone data in discovery requests, as well as the collection and analysis of text messages, geolocation, chat and other modern data sources subject to discovery. 

Learn from experts:

  • What Case Law Says About Mobile Device Discovery
  • Duty to Preserve
  • Remote Collections
  • How to Preview Data Without Destroying Evidence
  • Mobile Device Data Analysis...Turning Data into Convincing Evidence

 

The panel of experts follow up on a question an answer session to the original webinar on April 23, 2020. The Q&A session answered attendee’s questions from a few key points:

  • What Case Law Says About Mobile Device Discovery
  • Duty to Preserve Remote Collections
  • How to Preview Data Without Destroying
  • Evidence Mobile Device Data Analysis...Turning Data into Convincing Evidence

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