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Announcing Upcoming Seminars and CLE Presentations

November 14th, 2014

William Mitchell College of Law
875 Summit Avenue, Saint Paul, MN

“Digital Forensics Goes Mobile: Deleted Texts and Other Smoking Guns”

April 10th, 2015

Stearns Benton Bar Association
Red Carpet Event Center in Downtown St. Cloud, MN

“Peoples Lives Are In Their Phones And So Is Your Evidence!”

Recent Seminars and CLE Presentations

2014

  • November 2014 / Hamline University School of Law: “Digital Forensics Goes Mobil: Deleted Texts and other Smoking guns for Trial”
  • June, 2014 / Mobile Forensics World: “Trends in Mobile Forensics: Midyear Review” and  “Case Study in Mobile App Forensics Plug-In DevelopmentExaminers / Developers to the Rescue” 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 CLE2013 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 L.L.P.: “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”