CLE Webinars

  • Your Digital Evidence is Lying to You, How Digital Evidence Can be Manipulated

    October 26, 2020 10:00 am PT

    Presenter: Pete James

    This CLE will explore how digital evidence can be unintentionally misinterpreted, or purposely manipulated to mislead investigators and digital forensic examiners. We will share examples of how easy it is to manipulate digital data, and discuss best practices for proper data collection so manipulation can be identified.

  • Storytelling with Digital Evidence

    November 6, 2020 10:00 am PT

    Presenter: Brian Chase

    Storytelling is a powerful and effective way to present your case to a judge or jury, but how do you use digital evidence in a story? How can you effectively communicate technical evidence to a non-technical audience? This CLE explores why we use storytelling and how attorneys can use storytelling to effectively present complicated digital evidence in a simple and easy to follow format.

  • Digital Evidence in Intellectual Property Theft Cases

    November 11, 2020 10:00 am PT

    Presenter: Pete James

    This CLE will teach how intellectual property theft is committed, who commits it, and when this occurs. We will discuss the digital trail left behind and how forensic analysis can reveal what really happened.

  • Email Fakes: How Emails are Falsified and How to Detect it

    November 17, 2020 10:00 am PT

    Presenter: Tom Plunkett

    Fake or falsified emails are not only a cyber-security risk but can also cause problems in litigation. This presentation will discuss how and why emails are falsified and how these falsified emails can be detected by the average person. We will discuss how and why Phishing/Spear Phishing, Spoofing, Fabrication, and Modification are done, and how to detect they’ve been done.

  • Computer Forensics 101

    December 1, 2020 10:00 am PT

    Presenter: Brian Chase

    The use of computer forensics in litigation has grown exponentially in recent years. This CLE will explain what kind of information you can expect to find from a computer forensics examination. You will learn when you need computer forensics versus when you need eDiscovery. We will also teach you proper techniques and methods, and how to understand the results that your expert generates.
  • Data Remediation: How to Survive (or Avoid) Trade Secret and IP Litigation

    December 14, 2020 10:00 am PT

    Presenter: Tom Plunkett

    It is often acceptable to store corporate data on personal devices. However, many employees forget to, or intentionally do not, remove that data when they leave employment. This webinar will teach you how to identify corporate, trade secret, or intellectual property data that may be stored on personal devices. You will also learn the proper process for removing that data and how to prove it has been removed.