Wednesday, October 05, 2016 (13:32:13)
9:00AM ET / 2:00PM UK / 3:00PM CEST
- To some extent, the ubiquity of mobile devices—and many people’s use of them as their primary digital interface—has come in the aftermath of the first wave of standards being set for e-discovery, data retention, and so on.
- What are a party’s duties of control, retention, production, and so on?
- In terms of data generated on or stored in mobile devices, where is the line drawn between what the corporate entity (presumably your client) is deemed responsible for as opposed to what the individual possessing the mobile device is responsible for? Is it primarily based on (a) physical possession; (b) legal title/ownership; (c) beneficial ownership/control; or (d) some other factor or combination?
- Enforcement procedures including parties, venue, noteworthy procedural requirements?
Panelists will include:
Ian De Freitas, Partner, BLP, London; Tim Hickman, Counsel, White & Case, London; Kevin DeLong, Vice President of Mobile Investigations, AccessData
- Posted by: scar
- Topic: News
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