Washington, D.C. – November 2, 2012 -- iDiscovery Solutions, Inc., ("iDS") a premier provider of expert information management and eDiscovery services to multinational corporations, financial institutions and law firms, today announced that Managing Director James Vaughn will speak at a webinar on Wednesday, November 7 at 12:00pm Pacific Time put on by the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA). The topic of the one-hour webinar is "Social Media Research and Preparing for ESI Collections."
Social media has introduced a new form of digital communication to the litigation landscape. The benefits of constantly being in touch represent large technology and privacy challenges that lawyers face when crafting discovery strategies. This webinar will answer the questions legal professionals have, such as: “What data exists?,” “How do we find it?,” “Is it discoverable?” and “How do we collect it?". Other speakers include Steven Paul Goldberg, attorney at Goldberg & Gille and Gretchen Nelson, attorney at Kreindler & Kreindler. More information about the webinar, as well as sign-up, can be found at https://www.caala.org/index.cfm?pg=semwebCatalog&panel=showLive&seminarid=4097.
Vaughn is a court-recognized expert who has given testimony in nearly 65 cases involving evidence preservation, documentation of events, and computer forensic methodologies and procedures. In addition to being an EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE), Vaughn is certified by the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS) as a Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE). He has trained hundreds of law enforcement officers, attorneys, and other examiners on computer forensics and high-technology related issues involving best practices and methodologies. He has 16 years law enforcement experience, has co-developed computer forensic courses for the California Department of Justice, and has been involved in high profile cases throughout his career. Vaughn has extensive experience working on litigation and consulting matters involving computer forensics, electronic discovery and other high technology issues. He has served clients on the plaintiff side, the defendant side, and has served as a third party neutral on several occasions.
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