Robins Kaplan LLP asked Carney Forensics to speak at their 2019 Trial Advocacy Seminar. It’s entitled “Back to Justice”. It’s scheduled for Oct. 14 in Minneapolis, MN. Furthermore, my panel is thrilled to assert “Great Scott! Wearable Technology Exists.“
Please join me at the event: www.robinskaplan.com/trial-
Most importantly, the discussion aligns perfectly with our cell phone forensics and fitness tracker forensics services. I recently wrote about fitness trackers and how to recover wearable technology evidence. It appeared in my Exemplary Evidence column in Minnesota Lawyer. Moreover, my article explains activity evidence collected by iPhones. Steps, distance, and stair flights are examples of activity evidence. And data recorded by Apple Watches, however, is forwarded on to connected iPhones. As a result, wearable technology is taking the measure of our lives and recording it for prosperity.