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Relativity Fest 2018

Craig Ball

ESI Special Master, Attorney and Computer Forensic Examiner, Craig D. Ball, P.C.

Speaker Bio

Craig Ball is an expert in digital forensics, emerging technologies, visual persuasion, electronic discovery, and trial tactics, serving as a court-appointed Special Master in Electronically Stored Information and consultant in computer forensics and electronic discovery. He's a founder and faculty member of the Georgetown University Law Center E-Discovery Training Academy, an instructor at the University of Texas School of Law, frequent speaker on CLE programs, and widely published author. He pens the popular blog ballinyourcourt.com.

LIE227575 - The Internet of Things from a Legal and Regulatory Perspective The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the fastest growing sources of potential data in e-discovery and an important data privacy consideration. In this session, hear leading national experts with perspectives from major law firms, federal law enforcement, and computer forensics as we examine recent case law, practical technical challenges, current issues—including the regulation of self-driving cars, and the legal considerations of IoT data tracking.

This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.
1 Hour Panel David Horrigan - Discovery Counsel and Legal Education Director, Relativity
Gail Gottehrer - Co-Chair, Privacy, Cybersecurity & Emerging Technologies Practice Group, Akerman
Ed McAndrew - Partner, Ballard Spahr LLP
Craig Ball - ESI Special Master, Attorney and Computer Forensic Examiner, Craig D. Ball, P.C.