New Role for Digital Forensic Experts

Mon, 10/11/2010 - 6:42pm

In this webinar, the authors of "Mediated Investigative E-Discovery", recently published in the Federal Courts Law Review, will discuss their innovative approach to e-discovery, which includes a new role for digital forensic experts:  retained not by one, but by both parties, and not only to retrieve, but also to identify potentially discoverable information, and mediate disputes between the parties as to whether that information should be produced in discovery.  The proposed approach is designed to reduce costs, increase efficiency, and eliminate time-consuming e-discovery disputes.  The article is available at

About the Speakers:

Marian-RiedyMarian K. Riedy, Esq., a graduate of Harvard Law School, practices law in the District of Columbia and teaches business law.




Suman-BerosSuman Beros, MBA, is a Certified Computer Examiner and Digital Forensics Instructor at CACI International Inc.




Kim-Hoyt-SperdutoKim Hoyt Sperduto, Esq., is the managing partner of The Sperduto Law Firm in Washing

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