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Webinar: Working with Legal – How to Bridge the Gap between Forensic Collection/Analysis & Legal Review

Do you struggle with translating and transferring forensically collected data to your legal team? If so, then join AccessData for a free webinar that will show you how to work better and more efficiently with Legal by using both forensic and e-discovery techniques. We’ll show you how litigation personnel and forensic examiners can access the same case from the same repository and perform their respective tasks simultaneously, dramatically streamlining the investigation to litigation lifecycle.

Date/Time: May 1st at 2pm CDT (US)/3pm EDT (US)/8pm BST (UK)

Register today at: the context of an employee malfeasance investigation and lawsuit, we’ll demonstrate how to

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· Easily share forensic collection and analysis results with attorneys or other lay people like HR, detectives and other case agents – while maintaining chain of custody
· Collaborate on cases with legal in real time and even with outside teams by using restricted case permissions
· Utilize cluster analysis, email threading and Boolean searching to organize and reduce your data set
· Use simple export and production capabilities to normalize data and export it out for multiple legal review tools
· Avoid re-processing data to save time and reduce the risk of spoliation
· Annotate documents and apply labels in order to direct legal team users to specific records

If you have the right tools and techniques, then it’s easy to both perform your deep forensic tasks and give legal personnel a way to look at the database in a safe and friendly GUI. Join us to see how!

Register for this webinar here.

About the speakers

SCOTT LEFTON | Sales Engineer

Scott began to work in the legal industry as a in-house IT Administrator and Litigation Support Specialist for Epstein Turner and Song in Los Angeles, CA. ( At this firm, Scott gained extensive experience working side by side with veteran trial attorneys and learning the litigation process. In 2005, his technical background and litigation support expertise led him to become a Trial Technician and Department Manager at Merrill Legal Solutions. ( In 2010 Scott began to work for AccessData as a Sales Engineer specializing in AD’s Litigation Support Products such as: SummationPro, AD Ediscovery, AD LAB, & Insight.

Scott is a certified TrialDirector and Summation trainer, and has supported more than 100 jury trials. During his Trial consulting career he worked on many high profile cases with nationally recognized law firms such as Morrison Foerster, Jones Day, Manatt Phelps, and Munger Tolles & Olson. Scott has worked with notable attorneys such as: James Bennett of Morrison Forester on the JDS Uniphase Securities Litigation, Robert Zeavin of Manatt Phelps on the ICO vs. Boeing Satellite Systems trial, Michael Olecki of Grodsky Olecki on the landmark case Ramirez vs. Los Angeles Co. Sheriff’s Dept., and Michael Zellers of Tucker Ellis & West on an anti-trust trial RLH Industries vs. SBC Global Communications.

NICK DREHEL | Director, Computer Forensics Training

Nick Drehel has been with AccessData since 2007 and is the Director of Forensic Training where he oversees the Computer Forensic Training staff and developments innovative training solutions for law Local, State, Federal, and International law enforcement agencies as well as worldwide corporate entities in the use of AccessData Forensic Software. Nick also manages the AccessData Academic Program that provides higher learning institutions around the world with the necessary tools to offer accredited computer forensics classes. Nick has over 32 years of law enforcement experience prior to joining AccessData. Nick served as an investigator with the Houston Police Department where he worked with the Homicide Division before assisting in the establishment of the Computer Crime/Forensic Unit at the Houston Police Department in 1996 and developed the department’s policies and procedures for investigating computer crimes and conducting computer forensic examinations. Nick also served with the United States Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force in Houston. Nick holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Leadership with Mountain State University and was an Adjunct Professor with the University of Houston where he taught Introduction to Computer Forensics and Advanced Computer Forensics. Nick holds a large number of forensic and computer certifications; AccessData Certified Examiner, AccessData Certified Master Instructor, Certified ProDiscover Examiner, Paraben Certified Cell Phone Examiner, Microsoft Certified System Engineer, Comptia A+, Comptia Network+, Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Education Certified Instructor. Nick is a member of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) and the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS).

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