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Events

We Teach No-Charge CLEs for Qualified Legal Groups

Contact us about speaking at your next CLE event on cutting-edge digital forensics topics or cases.  We also perform live mobile evidence demonstrations with our mobile forensics visualization tools.

Announcing Upcoming Seminars and CLEs

August 23, 2018 – Criminal Justice Institute: “Mobile Device CyberSecurity for Criminal Lawyers”,  Minnesota CLE Conference Center

September 28, 2018 – Midwest IP Institute: “Mobile Device CyberSecurity for IP Lawyers”,  Minnesota CLE Conference Center

October 3-4, 2018 – Wisconsin Association of Computer Crime Investigators: “Investigation of Mobile Devices in Distracted Driving Cases”, Oshkosh Convention Center, Oshkosh, WI

October 5, 2018 – Bankruptcy Institute: “Mobile Device CyberSecurity for Bankruptcy Lawyers”,  Minnesota CLE Conference Center

Recent Seminars and CLE Presentations

 2018

    • April 2018 / Minnesota Chapter of High Technology Crime Investigation Association: “Texting While Driving Cases: Case Study and Best Practices”
    • April 2018 / Scandia Economic Development Authority: “Mobile Device CyberSecurity: What Can You Do To Protect Your Smart Phone”
    • March 2018 / Minnesota CLE Family Law Institute: “Mobile Device CyberSecurity for Family Lawyers”
    • January 2018 / Office of the Public Defender – Third Judicial District: “Entrapment Case Study”
    • January 2018 / Minnesota Association for Criminal Defense Lawyers: “Texting While Driving Cases: Case Study, Best Practices, and GPS Evidence from Mobile & Cloud Sources”

 2017

    • December 2017 / Minnesota State Bar Association – Computer & Technology Law Section: “Texting While Driving Cases:
      Case Study and Best Practices”
    • November 2017 / Dakota County Law Library and 1st Judicial District Bar Association: “Mobile Device Cybersecurity – What Can You Do To Protect Your Smart Phone?”
    • September 2017 / Minnesota State Bar Association New Lawyers Section: “Mobile Device Cybersecurity – What Can You Do To Protect Your Smart Phone?”
    • September 2017 / Minnesota Association of Private Investigators: “Mobile Device Cybersecurity – What You Can Do To Protect Your Smart Phone”
    • September 2017 / Minnesota Society for Criminal Justice: “Texting While Driving: A Case Study, Best Practices, and GPS Demonstrations of the Cloud”
    • August 2017 / Minnesota CLE Criminal Justice Institute: “Texting While Driving: A Case Study, Best Practices, and GPS Demonstrations of Mobile Devices and the Cloud”
    • August 2017 / Minnesota Association for Justice: “Car Minus Driver: Autonomous Vehicle’s Legal Implications” and “Automotive Forensics: Your New Star Witness”
    • May 2017 / Hennepin County Law Library: “Mobile Device Cybersecurity: What You Can Do To Protect Your Smart Phone”
    • May 2017 / Secure 360 Conference:  “Mobile Device Security: Protect Your Smart Phone”
    • May 2017 / Minnesota Society for Criminal Justice:  “Live Demo of iPhone Forensics: Finding Evidence for Defending Your Criminal Case”
    • February 2017 / American Academy of Forensic Sciences:  “Analyses of Multiple Mobile Devices and Services in Distracted Driving Cases:  Data Synchronization and Defeating Unscientific Applications of Those Data”

 2016

    • November 2016 / MSBA Computer & Tech Law Section: “What Can You Do to Protect Your Smart Phone?”
    • October 2016 / MSBA Board Certified Civil Trial Specialists Seminar: “Smart Phones and Important Admissible Evidence”
    • October 2016 / MinnCLE Business Law Boost! Series: “What Can You Do to Protect Your Smart Phone?”
    • October 2016 / Wisconsin Association of Computer Crime Investigation: “Think Outside the Device: Leveraging Computers and the Cloud in Mobile Device Forensics”
    • August 2016 / Robins, Kaplan LLP: “Live Demo of an iPhone Mobile Device Forensic Examination”
    • July 2016 / Robins, Kaplan LLP: “Mobile Device Security:  What Can You Do To Protect Your Smart Phone?”
    • June 2016 / MIT Club of Minnesota: “Mobile Phone Security: What Can You Do To Protect Your Smart Phone?”
    • April 2016 / International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium: “Mobile Phone Security”
    • February 2016 / Information Systems Security Association: “Mobile Phone Security”

 2015

    • October 2015 / Minnesota State Bar Association: Computer & Technology Law Section: “You Can Run, But You Can’t Hide: Mobile Phone Evidence Collection in Civil Litigation”
    • September 2015 / Ramsey County Bar Association: “You Can Run, But You Can’t Hide: The Use of Mobile Phone Evidence in Litigation”
    • May 2015 / Secure360 Conference: “Mobile App Evidence, Security and Privacy”
    • April 2015 / Stearns Benton Bar Association: “You Can Run, But You Can’t Hide: The Use of Mobile Phone Evidence in Civil Litigation”
    • March 2015 / Washington County Bar Association: “You Can Run, But You Can’t Hide: The Use of Mobile Phone Evidence in Civil and Criminal Litigation”

2014

    • November 2014 / William Mitchell College of Law: “Digital Forensics Goes Mobile: Deleted Texts and Other Smoking Guns”
    • November 2014 / Hamline University School of Law: “Digital Forensics Goes Mobile: Deleted Texts and Other Smoking Guns”
    • June, 2014 / Mobile Forensics World: “Trends in Mobile Forensics: Midyear Review” and  “Case Study in Mobile App Forensics Plug-In Development” co-presented with Don Huettl
    • April, 2014 / MSBA Criminal Law Trial School: “Digital Forensics Goes Mobile: Deleted Texts and Other Smoking Guns for Trial”

2013

    • October, 2013 / E-Discovery Conference, William Mitchell College of Law: “You Love it, You Hate it. Now You Have to Live With it: E-Discovery”
    • October, 2013 / The Wisconsin Association of Computer Crime Investigators (WACCI): “There’s an App for That: Digital Forensic Realities for Mobile App Evidence”. Co-Presented with Don Huettl “Mobile App Decoding and Forensic Plug-in Development and Testing with Demonstration”
    • October, 2013 / John E. Simonett Inns of Court: “Today’s Cell Phone Evidence Realities: Deleted Texts and Other Smoking Guns”
    • August, 2013 / Minnesota CLE Criminal Justice Institute: “Recoverable Social Media–What Prosecutors and Defense Attorneys Should Know”
    • June, 2013 / WayPoint, Inc.: “Today’s Cell Phone Evidence Realities: Deleted Texts and Other Smoking Guns”
    • June, 2013 / Mobile Forensics World: “There’s an App for That: Digital Forensic Realities for Mobile App Evidence” and “Trends in Mobile Forensics: Midyear Review by Panel Discussion”
    • April, 2013 / Cousineau McGuire: “Today’s Cell Phone Evidence Realities: Deleted Texts and Other Smoking Guns”
    • March, 2013 / Hennepin County Bar Association – Family Law and Criminal Section: “Today’s Cell Phone Evidence Realities: Deleted Texts and Other Smoking Guns”
    • February, 2013 / American Academy of Forensic Sciences: “Visualization of Mobile Evidence: Timelines, Maps, and Social Graphs”. Co-Presented with James Austad, Trial Team, Minnesota Public Defender
    • January, 2013 / Hennepin County Bar Association – Criminal Law Section : “Today’s Cell Phone Evidence Realities: Deleted Texts and Other Smoking Guns”

2012

    • December, 2012 / Fredrikson and Byron, P.A.: “Everything Lawyers Should Know About Recoverable Evidence from Facebook and Other Social Networking Sites”
    • November, 2012 / Paraben’s Forensic Innovations Conference (PFIC) : “Visualization of Digital Forensics” and “Social Media Evidence: A Legal Prospective”
    • November, 2012 / Twin Cities Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners : “Today’s Cell Phone Evidence Realities: Deleted Texts and Other Smoking Guns”
    • November, 2012 / Paraben’s Forensic Innovations Conference (PFIC): “Visualization of Digital Forensics”, “Social Media Evidence: A Legal Prospective”
    • October, 2012 / Minnesota State Bar Association: Computer & Technology Law Institute: Co-Presented with Stacy Schultz, Senior Associate General Counsel, Technology & Intellectual Property at UnitedHealth Group: “Mobile Apps Are Where It’s At – A Forensic Apps Demo and A 50,000 Foot Look at Legal Issues for Developers and Customers”, “There’s an App for That – Digital Forensic Realities for Mobile App Evidence, Security and Privacy”
    • October, 2012 / Minnesota State Bar Association: Civil Litigation Section : “Preserving Electronically Stored Data…and How the Heck Am I Supposed to Preserve All That Social Media/Smart phone Evidence?”
    • September, 2012 / The Ramsey County Bar Association- Family Law Section : “Today’s Cell Phone Evidence Realities: Deleted Texts and Other Smoking Guns”
    • September, 2012 / The Dakota County Law Library and the 1st Judicial District Bar Association : “How Using Mobile Phone Forensics Helps Lawyers Find the Evidence They Need”
    • September, 2012 / Hennepin County Bar Association – Business and Security Section : “What Lawyers Should Know About Recoverable Evidence from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest”
    • August, 2012 / Minnesota CLE – 2012 Criminal Justice Institute : “Today’s Cell Phone Evidence Realities: Deleted Texts and Other Smoking Guns”
    • August, 2012 / Twin Cities Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners : “Mobile Device Forensics: What Every CFE Should Know About Recoverable Evidence From iPhones, iPads, Droids and BlackBerries”
    • July 2012 / The Washington County Law Library and Washington County Bar Association : “Digital Forensics Goes Mobile: Evidence You Need to win in 2012”
    • June 2012 / Minnesota Paralegal Association – Litigation Sectional : “What Paralegals Should Know About Recoverable Evidence from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest”
    • May 2012 / Minnesota Paralegal Association 2012 Annual Convention : “Mobile Device Forensics: What Every Paralegal Should Know About Recoverable Evidence From iPhones, iPads, Droids and BlackBerries”
    • May 2012 / The Dakota County Law Library and the 1st Judicial District Bar Association : “How Using Mobile Phone Forensics Helps Lawyers Find the Evidence They Need”
    • May 2012 / The Minnesota State Bar Association – Civil Litigation Section : “Phones, Tablets and Social Media Review and Production”
    • April 2012 / Conflict Resolution Minnesota : “Arbitrate Successfully Using Text Message and Facebook Evidence”
    • April 2012 / La Crosse County Bar Association: “Digital Forensics Goes Mobile: Evidence You Need to win in 2012”
    • April 2012 / Dakota County Family Law Bar: “You Can Run, But You Can’t Hide: The Use Of Digital Evidence In Family Law Cases”
    • March 2012 / Minnesota Paralegal Association – Litigation Sectional: “Digital Device Forensics: Evidence From Mobile Phones and GPS Units May Surprise You”
    • March 2012 / Moss & Barnett: “Digital Device Forensics: Evidence From Mobile Phones and GPS Units May Surprise You”
    • March 2012 / CPA Global: “Digital Device Forensics: Evidence From Mobile Phones and GPS Units May Surprise You”
    • February 2012 / Family Law League: Lunch and Learn: “Digital Forensics: How Producing Facebook, MySpace and Twitter can Assist with a Family Law Defense”
    • January 2012 / Minnesota State Bar Association – Criminal Law Section: “Digital Device Forensics: Evidence From Mobile Phones and GPS Units May Surprise You”
    • January 2012 / Hennepin County Bar Association – Business and Security Section: “Digital Forensics Goes Mobile: Evidence You Need to win in 2012”
    • January 2012 / Minnesota Society for Criminal Justice: “Digital Forensics: How Producing Facebook, MySpace and Twitter can Assist with an Aggressive Criminal Defense”

2011

    • November 2011 / Hamline University School of Law – Pretrial Skills: “Digital Forensics – Mobile Forensics and Social Media Evidence”
    • November 2011 / Ramsey County Bar Association Webinar: “Digital Forensics – Producing Facebook, MySpace & Twitter Can Help Investigations & e-Discovery”
    • November 2011 / Family Law League Lunch and Learn: “Digital Forensics & Social Media in Family Law Cases”
    • November – December 2011 / State Of Minnesota Public Defenders Traveling Road Shows: “Digital Forensics – How Producing Facebook, MySpace and Twitter Can Assist with an Aggressive Criminal Defense”
    • October 2011 / Minnesota State Bar Association – Criminal Law Section: “Digital Forensics – How Producing Facebook, MySpace and Twitter Can Assist with an Aggressive Criminal Defense”
    • October 2011 / Volunteer Attorney Program: “Digital Forensics – How Producing Text Messages, Facebook, and Twitter Can Assist with Investigations and e-Discovery”
    • October 2011 / Metro State University – Introduction to Computer Forensics: “Digital Forensics Goes Mobile: Evidence You Need to Win in 2011”
    • September 2011 / Minnesota Association of Private Investigators Fall Conference: “Small Scale Digital Device Forensics – Evidence from Mobile Phones & GPS Units May Surprise You!”
    • September 2011 / Ramsey County Bar Association Webinar: “Digital Forensics Goes Mobile: Evidence You Need to Win in 2011”
    • September 2011 / Century College Student Success Day: “Mobile Forensics for Lawyers and Private Investigators”
    • August 2011 / Criminal Justice Institute – Minnesota CLE: “The Dirty Dozen – Cell Phone Data Recovery”
    • May 2011 / Minnesota CLE Webcast: “Digital Forensics Goes Mobile: Evidence You Need to Win in 2011” as presented by Sean Harrington and John J. Carney, Esq.
    • May 2011 / Innocence Project of Minnesota – Forensics 411: “Digital Forensics: How Producing Text Messages and Facebook Can Assist with an Aggressive Criminal Defense”
    • April 2011 / Office of the Public Defender – Third Judicial District: “Small Scale Digital Device Forensics – Evidence from Mobile Phones & GPS Units May Surprise You!”
    • April 2011 / Minnesota High Technology Crime Investigation Association’s Spring Conference: “Smartphone Forensics: The Future of Digital Evidence”
    • March 2011 / Family Law Institute / Minnesota CLE: “Digital Forensics: How Producing Text Messages and Facebook Can Assist with OFPs, Restraining Orders, and Discovery in Divorce Cases”
    • February 2011 / Dorsey & Whitney LLP: “Digital Forensics: Investigating Theft of Proprietary Data and Confidential Information”
    • February 2011 / Minnesota Society for Criminal Justice: “Small Scale Digital Device Forensics – Evidence from Mobile Phones & GPS Units May Surprise You!”
    • February 2011 / Heartland Investigative Group: “Small Scale Digital Device Forensics – Evidence from Mobile Phones & GPS Units May Surprise You!”
    • January 2011 / Defense Cyber Crime Conference, Atlanta, GA: “Visualization of Mobile Forensics Data: Techniques and Case Studies” as presented by Timothy Leschke and John J. Carney, Esq.
    • January 2011 / Minnesota High Technology Crime Investigation Association: Visualization of Mobile Forensics Data: Timelines, Techniques and Tools

2010

    • December 2010 / Ramsey County Bar Association: “Computer Forensics Goes Mobile: What Do Civil Litigators Need to Know in 2011?” as presented by Sean Harrington and John J. Carney, Esq.
    • Fall 2010 / Office of the Public Defender – Traveling Road Show: “Small Scale Digital Device Forensics – Evidence from Mobile Phones & GPS Units May Surprise You!”
    • August 2010 / Office of the Public Defender – Fourth Judicial District / Juvenile Division: “Small Scale Digital Device Forensics – Evidence from Mobile Phones & GPS Units May Surprise You!”
    • June 2010 / Office of the Public Defender – First Judicial District: “Small Scale Digital Device Forensics – Evidence from Mobile Phones & GPS Units May Surprise You!”
    • May 2010 / Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi LLP: “Small Scale Digital Device Forensics – Evidence from Mobile Phones & GPS Units May Surprise You!”
    • April 2010 / Hamline University School of Law – Data Privacy Law: “Small Scale Digital Device Forensics – Implications for Data Privacy”
    • April 2010 / Hamline University School of Law – Computer Law: “Small Scale Digital Device Forensics – Evidence from Mobile Phones & GPS Units May Surprise You!”
    • March 2010 / Office of the Public Defender – Traveling Trial Team: “Small Scale Digital Device Forensics – Evidence from Mobile Phones & GPS Units May Surprise You!”

2009

    • December 2009 / Minnesota County Attorneys Association – Annual Meeting: “Admissibility of Small Scale Digital Devices”
    • October 2009 / Minnesota State Bar Association – Computer and Technology Law Section: “Small Scale Digital Device Forensics – Evidence from Mobile Phones & GPS Units May Surprise You!”
    • October 2009 / Office of the Public Defender – Fourth Judicial District / Adult Division: “Small Scale Digital Device Forensics – Evidence from Mobile Phones & GPS Units May Surprise You!”
    • August 2009 / Criminal Justice Institute – Minnesota CLE: “Small Scale Digital Device Forensics – Evidence from Mobile Phones & GPS Units May Surprise You!”
    • May 2009 / Investigators of the Office of the Public Defender: “Cell Phone Forensics for Investigators”