Posted by Robert Half Legal on Monday, March 16, 2015 - 00:00 | Follow me
Joel Wuesthoff, a senior director with Robert Half Legal's consulting and eDiscovery services practice in New York, will be joining a distinguished panel of experts presenting at the third annual University of Florida EDRM E-Discovery Conference— "Electronic Discovery in Social Media, Mobile Devices and the Cloud" on Friday, March 27, 2015.
The panel, titled "The Four V’s and Your Fridge: Big Data and the Internet of Things (fitbit, black boxes)," will focus on the collection and review of all kinds of data. Noted eDiscovery expert and creator of the EDRM model George Socha will be the moderator. A session description follows:Computer devices are everywhere, and they don’t need a screen to run perfectly.
Welcome to the Internet of Things (IoT), where everything is linked and networked: the car, the refrigerator, work, devices everywhere. This is the world of commercial drones and smart thermostats. What are IoT implications for E-Discovery? What does the world of the quantified self, the quantified home and the quantified everything have in store for electronic discovery and privacy? That reality is now here. Our panel of thought leaders will make this new reality, and its immediate implications, come alive for you.
A former practicing attorney, Joel is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), has more than 15 years of legal practice and consulting work in high-stakes litigation and government investigations, and has led international forensic engagements and advised general counsel and litigators on strategic and legal preservation efforts in multibillion dollar litigations. He is a noted speaker and instructor, and has trained more than 3,000 attorneys and paralegals in 300-plus CLE programs, presented twice to the New York Supreme Court on eDiscovery best practices, and is an adjunct professor at the University of Maine School of Law, running one of the nation's first law school courses dedicated to training law students to negotiate electronically stored information in litigation. Joel also is a faculty member at Bryan University where he trains professionals enrolled in the eDiscovery Project Management Certificate program on how to properly manage the document review and production state of eDiscovery.
This year's conference will be held at the UF Law Martin H. Levin Advocacy Center and has been approved for 6.5 CLE credits. It is free of charge for all employees of federal and state governmental agencies, judges and judicial staff, students and academics. For all others, the conference is available online for $99 or in person for $199.
Learn more about the conference and register online.
(Photo source: University of Florida EDRM E-Discovery Conference)