Title: IoT and Disparate Data: A Powerful Combination for Labor and Employment Cases
Date: Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Time: 1:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
The IoT is here and the real question is no longer will its data affect litigation, but how can I use it in my current cases to provide a positive and meaningful impact to my clients. Join Dan Regard and Charlie Platt of iDiscovery Solutions while they talk about how they have helped their clients use IoT and Disparate Data to communicate factual data and tell compelling stories. In this webinar, they will guide you through the basics as well as several case studies which leveraged this data to significant effect.
- Where is it, how do you get it and, once you have it, what can you do with it
- How to combine data sources to tell a compelling story
- Turn a liability into an asset, large productions of structured data can provide a wealth of knowledge
- How to build a persuasive narrative using GPS data to reveal truth
- Get out in front, using early case assessment in structured data cases
- Case studies on IoT and disparate data used in litigation
This is the second of four parts of The Director’s Series – Essential Litigation Webinars, which will be held throughout 2017.
Dan Regard CEO, iDiscovery Solutions
Mr. Dan Regard, the CEO and co-founder of iDiscovery Solutions (iDS), has over 25 years’ experience advising on such issues as electronic discovery, computer forensics, structured and IoT data, information management, and data analytics. He has conducted system investigations, created data collections, and managed discovery on over a thousand matters and is responsible for the development and implementation of case and matter strategies that leverage technology in litigation and investigations. Mr. Regard is a member of The Sedona Conference WG1 and WG6, is a board member of Georgetown Advanced Institute for e-Discovery, and is one of the original four founders of the E-Discovery Institute (EDI). He is a frequent speaker, teacher, and publisher on issues of electronic discovery.
Charlie Platt Director, iDiscovery Solutions
Mr. Charlie Platt is a director at iDiscovery Solutions and a Certified Ethical Hacker. Mr. Platt has over 25 years’ experience consulting with clients on information systems development, infrastructure planning, digital forensics, cybersecurity and incident response, database design, eDiscovery, software development, and project management. He has consulted on projects ranging from large-scale forensics investigations to highly complex intellectual property and systems analysis cases in the legal and eDiscovery industries.