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Three FREE 1-hr webinars Thurs 11/16 by Litigation Solutions!

November 09, 2017 4:38 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Free!  Three one-hour webinars on Thursday November 6th from our sponsor Litigation Services:

November 16, 10:00 am AZ time: Smartphone Forensics (with CLE credit).  Smartphones have become a staple of daily life and can store unique evidence relevant to both civil and criminal litigation. This online Webinar will emphasize the important categories of evidence that can be recovered from smartphones and how to leverage same, both offensively and defensively in litigation.  Learn how to protect attorney-client communications from spying, and learn techniques that can be applied to unmask an anonymous, unfriendly party. Likewise, learn about the treasure trove beyond the device itself, thanks to social media.  To attend this FREE, one-hour CLE Webinar, register at the link provided, or call Michelle at (602) 317-3768 with attendee names.  Arizona certificates of attendance will be sent to attendees upon course completion.  Online registration: http://clicks.aweber.com/y/ct/?l=6oz8X&m=gZ7ypEX6mTcPnCo&b=ZHE84DazXmKeVXstUpxHQQ

November 16, 1:00 pm AZ Time:  Electronic Evidence Locker Webinar.  It is common for corporations faced for the first time with electronic discovery to lack a documented, repeatable and defensible method to preserve electronic evidence.  Performing self-collection of electronic evidence without the appropriate tools can result in significant changes to the evidence being collected, changes which could materially impact the use of the evidence in a given matter.  This one-hour Webinar will provide students with methodology and tools to identify, document, preserve, and protect electronic evidence in a cost effective yet defensible manner.  To Register: http://clicks.aweber.com/y/ct/?l=6oz8X&m=iVUKcywbWTcPnCo&b=UBGxzK6GbMLdSoUyHQu1WQ

November 16, 3pm AZ time: Theft of Trade Secrets.  This class will provide a defined roadmap and checklist of steps to take when presented with the specter of trade-secret-related significant business threats.  Important subjects covered in the class include: Defining “win” scenarios upfront to avoid mission creep; working with outside counsel and a 3rd party computer forensics expert; the identification, preservation and analysis of evidence to inform appropriate actions; special considerations for handling of smartphone based evidence; leveraging evidence derived from smartphones; reasonable steps to take to preserve attorney-client communication security; and the acquisition of phone and text records via subpoena.  To register: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07eeosfrlx304279a0&oseq=&c=&ch=

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