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  • Blockchain and eDiscovery (Part One): Basics of Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain
    Blockchain and eDiscovery (Part One): Basics of Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain
    John Wilson, ACE, AME, CBE Recorded: Nov 7 2018 56 mins
    With the increasing importance of privacy and security in today's business world coupled with the advancement and acceptance of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Etherium, today's legal professional is behind the proverbial power curve if they do not have a basic understanding of emerging cryptocurrency and blockchain technologies. As these emerging technologies are rapidly moving from proof of concept projects to formal systems of record, it is only a matter of time until almost anyone involved in the business of law or the law of business is confronted with a situation involving these highly publicized technologies.

    This expert presentation led by one of eDiscovery's foremost digital forensics experts, John Wilson, will highlight both blockchains and cryptocurrencies to arm attendees with essential information that will help them understand these technologies that are changing the landscape of business and law.

    Key Presentation Topics Include:

    + Understanding Cryptocurrencies
    + Why Cryptocurrencies Have Value
    + How Cryptocurrencies Work
    + Understanding Blockchain
    + Why Blockchain Is A Foundational Technology
    + How Blockchain Works
    + Use Cases for Blockchain as a Legal Technology
    + eDiscovery Considerations for Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain

    Presenting Expert: John Wilson, ACE, AME, CBE

    As President of Forensics at HaystackID, John provides consulting and forensic services to help companies address various matters related to electronic discovery and computer forensics including leading forensic investigations, cryptocurrency investigations, ensuring proper preservation of evidence items and chain of custody. He develops forensic workflows and processes for clients including major financial institutions, Fortune 500 companies, AmLaw 100 law firms as well as many other organizations.
  • Debunking the Top Ten Myths of Document Review
    Debunking the Top Ten Myths of Document Review
    Michael Dalewitz, President (ReviewRight) Recorded: Oct 3 2018 62 mins
    Representing the largest expenditure in the eDiscovery task continuum, the review phase of legal discovery consumes almost 70% of each dollar spent on eDiscovery. Understanding budgetary constraints routinely are a top concern for eDiscovery professionals, legal departments and law firms are continually seeking ways to become more time effective and cost efficient during document reviews. But are these professionals making sourcing decisions based on facts or assumptions? This expert presentation will highlight ten of the most common myths associated with attorney document reviews and present approaches for avoiding decisions based on myths.

    Key Presentation Topics Include:

    + Myth #1: Hourly Billing is Better than Per Document Billing
    + Myth #2: TAR will Replace Humans
    + Myth #3: The Best Document Review Team will be in a Review Center
    + Myth #4: Recruiters Analyze ALL Candidates for Your Matters
    + Myth #5: Law Firm Associates are Always the Best High-Level Consultants for Review
    + Myth #6: Your Document Review Tool Produces ALL the Metrics You Need for Your Matter
    + Myth #7: Lots of Time Should be Spent on Individual Attorney Quality Control
    + Myth #8: ALTA Exams are the Best Way to Test Foreign Language Reviewers
    + Myth #9: Anyone with A Law Degree will be a Great Document Reviewer
    + Myth #10: Remote Review is Less Secure than OnSite

    Presentation Leader: Michael Dalewitz

    President of ReviewRight, Mike has extensive experience in eDiscovery and the management of large, document-intensive cases in a predictable fixed cost pricing model. He created one of the industry’s first managed document review models and developed the first document review metrics tracking software.

    Nationally recognized as an expert in eDiscovery, document review and legal staffing, Mike is a published author, speaker, and CLE instructor who graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Arts degree and obtained his JD from New York Law School.
  • Theft of Trade Secrets - Forensics Best Practices
    Theft of Trade Secrets - Forensics Best Practices
    Dylan Wiseman, Esq. (Buchalter) and Michael Sarlo (HaystackID) Recorded: Sep 5 2018 74 mins
    Attorneys and in-house counsel need to be aware of how best to respond to the potential for loss of control of protected and trade secret information in the face of the departure of employees who may have had access to such information. Time is of the essence, but the methodology and process controls governing the forensic preservation and collection of at-risk information is critical to mounting a valid response.

    This expert presentation will cover the best practices for counsel to adopt in working to identify and forensically preserve and collect data in a sound, defensible manner. The presentation also will educate legal professionals as to the essential categories of evidence that can be recovered from smartphones and how these categories can be leveraged in not only a defensive manner but also an offensive manner in civil litigation.

    Key Presentation Topics Include:

    + Defining Trade Secrets
    + Trade Secret Violations and Theft
    + Defining When Should One Reasonably Panic
    + The Importance of Defining Wins Upfront
    + Steps to Identify Custodians of Potential Evidence
    + The Anatomy of an Investigation
    + Reasonable Forensic Analysis Triage
    + Addressing Privacy Concerns

    Presentation Experts:

    + Dylan W. Wiseman, Esq. (Buchalter)

    Based in California, Dylan is a Shareholder with Buchalter. His practice focuses upon intellectual property protection including representing employers in cases involving trade secrets, unfair competition, employee mobility disputes, non-solicitation disputes, social media, workplace privacy, BYOD devices, and eDiscovery.

    + Michael Sarlo, EnCE, CBE, CCLO, RCA, CCPA (HaystackID)

    Michael is the Vice President of eDiscovery and Digital Forensics for HaystackID. In this role, Michael facilitates all operations related to electronic discovery, digital forensics, and litigation strategy both in the US and abroad while working on highly complex forensic and e-Discovery projects.
  • Mobile Device Forensics and Beyond: The New Frontier
    Mobile Device Forensics and Beyond: The New Frontier
    Michael Sarlo - EnCE, CBE, CCLO, RCA, CCPA Recorded: Aug 1 2018 69 mins
    With mobile phones and tablets now ubiquitous in the modern workplace, attorneys and litigation support professionals need to be prepared to forensically preserve these robust digital repositories, extract information from them, and produce extracted information in a way that displays evidence true to its original format. This expert presentation will cover best practices for handling a mobile device at the outset of a matter, provide a framework for working with custodians to ensure a smooth forensic collection process, and highlight the differences between different forensic extraction types and how they affect data retrieval.

    Key Presentation Topics Include:

    + New Matter Intake Questions and Considerations
    + Tracking Devices and Users
    + Data Types and Forensic Extractions
    + Android and iOS Considerations
    + Challenges and Solutions: Review, Production, and PII
    + Cellebrite-Relativity Integrator

    Presentation Leader: Michael Sarlo - EnCE, CBE, CCLO, RCA, CCPA

    Michael is the Vice President of eDiscovery and Digital Forensics for HaystackID. In this role, Michael facilitates all operations related to electronic discovery, digital forensics, and litigation strategy both in the US and abroad while working on highly complex forensic and e-Discovery projects.

    Michael is fluent in a wide variety of digital forensic, ECA, e-Discovery processing and hosting technologies in addition to the IT infrastructure associated with deploying and administering such tools. He is also a frequent speaker on digital forensics best practices, GDPR issues, ESI treatment methodologies, and cost containment strategies for working with massive volumes of data.

    Michael is an expert witness and holds certifications around several forensic tools including Cellebrite, EnCase, and BlackLight. He is also a Relativity Certified Administrator (RCA).
  • The GDPR: Problem, Pain, and Preparedness
    The GDPR: Problem, Pain, and Preparedness
    Michael Sarlo, Deepali Doddi, Paul McGrady, Andrew Soodek, and Martin Tully Recorded: Apr 27 2018 74 mins
    With the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force on May 25, 2018, law firms and corporations that have not considered and prepared for this far-reaching privacy regulation may begin to experience the problem and pain of non-compliance. Are you prepared?

    For those prepared for the GDPR, the ability to do business may increase based on the implementation of data privacy controls required for compliance. For those not prepared, there is a risk of not only losing business to GDPR compliant organizations but also of potentially being fined for non-compliance. So the question of preparedness is a real and material concern for any legal and business professional.

    So where do you stand on GDPR preparedness? Join HaystackID and a panel of privacy, compliance, and eDiscovery experts to learn more about the GDPR and how you can avoid the problems and pain of unpreparedness.

    Expert Panelists:

    + Michael Sarlo, EnCE, RCA, CBE, CCLO, CCPA | HaystackID
    + Deepali Doddi, JD CIPP/US, CIPP/E | Ice Miller LLP
    + Paul McGrady, JD | Winston & Strawn LLP
    + Andrew Soodek, CISSP, CISM, PMP, MBA | Secure Compliance Solutions
    + Martin Tully, JD | Actuate Law LLC

    Learn more at HaystackID.com

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