Location Based eDiscovery: How Digital Footprints Can Belie an Alibi
The surge and ubiquity of geo-based technology, such as GPS apps in smart phones, is giving rise to a new world of location based electronic discovery (LBED). The geo-spatial data stored within one’s devices (cell phones, iPads, etc.) and ESI metadata may conflict with one’s own reports about their actions or whereabouts at a specific time. When location is relevant or disputed, that proof can be preserved, collected, and submitted to the court. During this unprecedented webinar, ZyLAB’s Mary Mack, Esq. will lead a discussion with two fellow experts on the trends in LBED, case law examples, and practical ways to extract location data and present it is as part of the legal argument.
Presenters: David K. Isom, The Isom Law Firm and Johannes Scholtes, ZyLAB
Moderated by: Mary Mack, Esq.
LENGTH: 55 minutes