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. This guide 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 - order today!
Session time: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm Eastern
Presenters: Mathea K.E. Bulander and Thomas P. Seymour
MATHEA K.E. BULANDER is an attorney at Redgrave LLP, and her legal practice is dedicated to the intersection of information technologies and the law. Ms. Bulander has counseled a diverse range of clients regarding discovery strategies and information governance issues, including assisting clients in the evaluation of their records and information management systems, and providing clients with litigation readiness advice. Her work in the area of information law focuses exclusively on eDiscovery, information governance, and preservation for a wide variety of applications and electronic media, including mobile technologies and social media. Ms. Bulander serves as a council member on the Computer & Technology Law Section of Minnesota State Bar Association, is a member of The Sedona Conference®, Working Group on Best Practices for Electric Document Retention and Production (WG-1), and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). She received her J.D. degree from William Mitchell College of Law (cum laude) and her B.A. degree from Macalester College.
THOMAS P. SEYMOUR is a director with Redgrave LLP, in the firm’s Minneapolis office. Mr. Seymour brings more than 14 years of experience to his role as a senior advisor at Redgrave LLP. He is a seasoned professional and has extensive experience with eDiscovery project management, data collection, and computer forensics, working with both corporate and law firm clients on complex issues. His unique understanding of the significance technology plays in eDiscovery and information governance makes him an invaluable addition to eDiscovery and records management teams at Redgrave LLP. Prior to joining Redgrave LLP,Â Mr. Seymour worked with UnitedLex Corporation as their managing director of eDiscovery professional services; Huron Consulting Group as an associate; and Redgrave Daley Ragan & Wagner LLP as an analyst. He holds a project management professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute. He is also a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). Mr. Seymour received his B.A. degree from the University of Kansas and a Masters degree in management information systems (MMIS) from Friends University.