Electronic Evidence and the eDiscovery Process in the Courtroom

Almost all of our written communication is now conducted electronically, which can create issues for judges and attorneys trying to manage discovery and evidence. This podcast’s guests, Justice Dan Crothers, North Dakota Supreme Court and Mark Lanterman, CTO of Computer Forensic Services, teach regularly on the electronic discovery (eDiscovery) process and the admissibility of electronic evidence in the courtroom. They break down complex topics in this conversation, and also cover the “Dark Web,” emerging technologies, and the Internet of Things.

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