Forensic Analysis of Electronic Devices for Litigation
ABA Section of Litigation
Business Torts & Unfair Competition Litigation Committee
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
11:00 AM-12:00 PM PT | 12:00-1:00 PM MT |
1:00-2:00 PM CT | 2:00-3:00 PM ET
The panel will discuss the importance of forensic analysis of electronic devices, both pre-litigation and during litigation. Topics covered will include scenarios in which forensic analysis will be necessary or helpful, types of evidence you can uncover using forensic analysis, how the analysis will be conducted, and best practices for choosing an examiner and formulating a plan for the scope of the analysis.
Dawn Mertineit, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Dawn is a partner in Seyfarth’s litigation department. Dawn’s primary focus is advising clients on restrictive covenants and trade secrets matters, whether pre-litigation or after a case has been filed. Dawn represents both employers seeking to enforce restrictive covenants as well as employers who have hired employees bound by such agreements, in state and federal courts nationwide.
Antonio Rega, Ankura
Antonio is a Managing Director at Ankura specializing in technology and digital forensics services. Over more than 17 years, he has provided consulting, advisory and subject matter expertise in the areas of digital forensics, information security, data privacy and discovery on behalf of global corporations and law firms. Antonio is based in New York.
Sarah Horstmann, Maslon LLP
Sarah is a business litigation attorney with Maslon, representing clients in complex litigation matters with a particular emphasis on non-competition and trade secret litigation. She has extensive experience helping clients protect their valuable business assets when an employee, a former employee, or a competitor steals confidential information or violates a non-competition or non-solicitation covenant.