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Friday, March 18 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
E-Discovery and Mobile Devices: The Forensic Cell Phone

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The use of personal devices raises many complex issues in E-discovery. The use of a mobile device in a corporate environment complicates discovery including privacy, security, cloud, preservation, and data collection. The mobile platform must be considered in early case assessment. Learn how to identify the issues involved in mobile device usage and litigation and how to handle the issues and successfully navigate through mobile device usage and collection. This presentation will also cover the use of this evidence at trial relative to discovery, admissibility issues, and ultimate presentation to the finder of fact.

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avatar for Mark Hindelang

Mark Hindelang

Asst. Prosecuting Attorney, Wayne County Prosecutor`s Office
Mark has been involved with technology instruction for over fourteen years. At the University of Michigan, Mark worked to familiarize faculty with new and existing technologies in order to enrich each faculty member’s instructional and research undertakings. / Mark then moved to the University of Michigan in the Division of Student Affairs where he coordinated the migration of student organization administration from paper to a web-based... Read More →
avatar for Howard J. Reissner, Esq.

Howard J. Reissner, Esq.

Chief Executive Officer, Planet Data
Mr. Reissner co-founded Planet Data in 2001 and is involved in every aspect of the organization, including strategic planning, development and implementation of technology, but most importantly is his focus on client relations. A former practicing lawyer, he has extensive experience in providing technology and e-discovery services and solutions to the legal industry. / / He is a well known figure in the international legal industry, speaking at... Read More →


Friday March 18, 2016 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Salon A-3 Lower Level

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