Remote Alaska Fire Loss – Insurance Claim There is a large remote fire loss in Alaska that takes 1-2 days of travel once you’re off the plane. Just as you arrive with your team, you get a text message that one of the parties will not be able to attend and wants to reschedule. What do you do? Using Lidar and Photogrammetry…
From tracking murder suspects with Facebook Live data – to pointing out mistakes in the state’s location evidence due to bad vector analysis – Eric Grabski will show you how to analyze cell phone location evidence in your legal cases.
Did you know that the patent for solar cells dates back to the 1880s? Or that Piggly Wiggly was extremely groundbreaking and changed the way we shop? And there would be no GPS without the beautiful actress Hedy Lamarr’s inventions!! From vulcanized rubber to the iPhone, Eric Hanscom and Dave Branfman provide an insightful glimpse into 10 patents that shaped the world we live in today.
How many times a day do you unlock your smartphone?? 100…. 200… 300 times? Technology and smartphones were supposed to make attorneys’ job easier – but now email and smartphones are the first thing we look at when we get out of bed and the last thing we check before we sleep.
In this incredibly practical CLE, Brooke Lively will show you how to make data driven decisions so you can efficiently manage your practice & team and run a profitable law firm. Four key areas are discussed: using data driven decisions to run your firm, the six key metrics to monitor progress, tracking the work production of your attorneys and improving collection rates.
Mike Wakshull has seen it all – from testifying in court about blood written on a wall to the authenticity of PDFs & word docs. He utilizes the scientific method to testify in court and consult with attorneys on the validity of documents and signatures.
In this eye-opening CLE course, Lars Daniel will introduce you to the Internet of Things (IoT), explain how data is collected from IoT devices and where the data is stored, from local devices to the cloud.
Philip King highlights common ethical pitfalls for small law attorneys and provides numerous helpful points to spot and avoid these routine practice traps.
When it comes to today’s eDiscovery, businesses and attorneys are surprised to find that much of the ESI and data now collected comes from apps and SaaS such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), DropBox, WhatsApp, Slack and many more – instead of traditional data forms such as emails, PDFs and .docs.
When we think of a case with thousands (or possibly millions) of documents, many of us think of one word: B-O-R-I-N-G.