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Mobile Device Investigations: From Android to iPhone and Back


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 61 minutes
Recorded Date: February 01, 2017
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Agenda

  • Mobile Device 101
  • Different types of mobile devices
  • Preservation of data on mobile devices
  • Reporting and extracting
  • Searching and filtering
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: February 1, 2017

Description

A smartphone from a key employee lands on your desk, what next? Spend 60 minutes with a mobile forensics expert and in-house counsel/IT, who will discuss various scenarios involving forensics and perform a live smartphone acquisition to help you see actual data available that might help an investigation or litigation. Questions that will be answered include: (1) What mobile device data might be helpful during litigation? (2) What common legal and IT challenges are associated with mobile forensics investigations? (3) How do mobile device investigations differ from computer investigations?

This program was recorded on February 1st, 2017.

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Legalweek

Panelists

Jason Bergerson

Director, Consulting Operations
KrolLDiscovery

Jason Bergerson is the Director of Consulting Operations within the Consulting Services group. He is a technological professional with over 20 years of industry experience. Jason has worked in many of the KrolLDiscovery business units in his 18 years with the company. He has performed data recoveries, collections, forensic analysis, expert report, and testimony for hundreds of cases and thousands of pieces of media.

Michael J. Burg, Jr.

Corporate Counsel
DISH Network, LLC

Michael J. Burg, Jr., Esq., serves as Corporate Counsel at DISH Network. In that role, Mike is responsible for all of the company's eDiscovery and Information Governance activities. Prior to coming to DISH, Mike was an associate with Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP in Philadelphia, where he focused on patent litigation and eDiscovery and IG counseling. Before attending law school, Mike worked for several years as an engineer for the Department of Defense.

Clifford Nichols

Senior Counsel
Day Pitney LLP

Clifford "Cliff" Nichols works in the Commercial Litigation department and the White Collar Defense and Internal Investigations practice group. He is E-Discovery Counsel and directs all electronic investigations.

Cliff has significant and extensive experience representing financial institutions in connection with insider trading, fraud, SEC compliance and other wrongdoings. Cliff also designs and directs civil e-discovery and government subpoena responses for a wide range of clients including universities, hospitals, private equity firms and manufacturing. Cliff is an appointed Special Assistant Attorney General for a state government.

A regular speaker at e-discovery conferences and events, Cliff is recognized as a leader in the cost-saving and efficient use of predictive coding and other types of Technology Assisted Review (TAR).

Cliff serves on the Client Advisory Board of Kroll Ontrack. He volunteers with Lawyers for Children America.

Cliff was a legal intern for The Honorable Janet C. Hall, U.S. District Judge, and for The Honorable Barry Garber, U.S. Magistrate.

Rich Robinson

Director, Legal Operations & Litigation Support
Toyota

Rich Robinson began his legal-technology career in 1999 in the IT department for a large law firm in Boston, Massachusetts. He has served in numerous roles in IT and Litigation Support in large and medium-sized firms in Boston, Providence, Austin and Dallas. He has worked in the eDiscovery vendor space and spent seven years as the eDiscovery and Information Manager for JCPenney prior to joining Toyota. Rich is a founding board member of the bDiscovery and ACEDS chapters in Dallas and speaks regularly at eDiscovery conferences around the country.

Richard earned his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University, Robinson began his legal technology career in 2000.


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