Preservation, Discovery, Privacy, Authentication Issues and More
Internet-connected tools like smartphones, smartwatches, Fitbits, cars with built-in sensors, Amazon Echo and more are constantly collecting and storing data that can be useful in litigation. As the use and data-capturing capabilities of IoT devices grow, so too has their value in cracking criminal cases or pursuing civil claims and defenses. But before you can use these new data sources, you'll need to know how to address the host of discovery and evidence issues that come with them. In this program, faculty will bring you up to speed with IoT issues in litigation and discovery so you can gain leverage. Get ahead of the curve and don't miss out on valuable evidence - register today!
- Learn how IoT can be preserved before it's deleted or written over.
- Detangle constitutional issues and privacy concerns to determine what's discoverable and what's not.
- Examine how IoT data may be authenticated and entered into evidence for jury consideration.
12:00 pm to 1:30 pm Eastern Standard Time
Presenters: Mathea K.E. Bulander and Thomas P. Seymour
- The Internet of Things (IoT) Explained
- Application of Discovery Rules to the IoT
- Preservation of IoT Data
- Discovery of IoT Data
- Handling Data Controlled by Third Parties
- Collecting Data From IoT Devices
- IoT Data Production, Relevance and Proportionality
- Privacy and Security Concerns
- Authentication and Admission Issues
- Regulations and Case Law You Need to Know
This program is designed for attorneys. Paralegals may also benefit.