Mobile discovery is here to stay. Is your team prepared?
Knowledge of the case and litigation objectives, along with an understanding of what is and isn’t possible in a mobile forensic investigation creates a winning strategy. We’ll help you bring the team together to make your case.
This webinar will review the lifecycle of a mobile discovery project using the two most common types of phone discovery matters:
- Employee investigation involving a single device
- In-depth eDiscovery involving multiple devices from multiple custodians
We will focus on real-world, practical advice. Learn what questions to ask at set up, options for each type of eDiscovery matter and how to create an estimate of project cost and duration.
After the webinar, lawyers and litigation support professionals will be able to effectively communicate with each other, the client and their digital forensics service provider about the ins and outs of mobile discovery. They’ll have the tools and know-how they need to manage the next phone that hits their desk.
- Practical issues around identification
- Coordinating logistics with the client
- Best practices for collection of phone data
- Scope of forensic examination of mobile data
- Old and new options for review and production
Director of Digital Forensics
As Director of Digital Forensics at QDiscovery, Yaniv Schiff leads all digital forensic investigative and technical consulting services and is the lead testifying expert for most digital forensics cases involving trade secret theft, high profile investigations and matters involving spoliation. He is credentialed as a Certified Computer Examiner (CCE), is a current member of High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) and has served as an adjunct professor at Loyola University teaching digital forensics.
General Counsel and Practice Support Consultant
Helen Geib is General Counsel and Practice Support Consultant for QDiscovery. Prior to joining QDiscovery, Helen practiced law in the intellectual property litigation department of Barnes and Thornburg’s Indianapolis office where her responsibilities included managing large scale discovery and motion practice. She brings that experience and perspective to her work as an eDiscovery consultant. She also provides trial consulting services in civil and criminal cases. Helen has published articles on topics in eDiscovery and trial technology. She is a member of the bar of the State of Indiana and the US District Court for the Southern District of Indiana and a registered patent attorney.